Tell us your story... In exchange for a penny artwork, artist Dawn Cole invites you to write a story inside a 1930s reproduced blank telephone book telling us an early encounter with a red telephone box or a telephone.
A Penny For Your Thoughts is part of an ongoing art intervention in a grade II listed K2 telephone box in Holborn, exploring notions of innovation. We wish to collect anecdotes from people of all ages and from all places about their experience, whether hap
Ethics of Planned Obsolescence Embedded in Digital Commodities Until 12th October 2016 Heather Agyepong is a visual artist & performer who lives and works in London. Images exhibited are from ‘The Gaze on Agbogbloshie: The misrepresentation of West Africa as dystopia’* and form part of a larger series on photographs. It is at this point there is clear divergence from Heather’s original project. This exhibition begins the Innovation Box intervention here in a grade II listed
Across London there is increasing visibility of the housing crisis with much of the media and charity attention rightly focused on the plight impacting individuals and families. Yet few probably give a great deal of attention to the creativity and innovation that stems from such situations. This project explores the ingenuity required to survive living on the streets, focusing on how people deal with the most basic of need, that of shelter. We want to celebrate the resource
Innovation Box is Platform-7’s latest longitudinal intervention, taking place in a grade II listed K2* Red Telephone Box in Holborn, London, WC1R 4EB from September 2016. The project explores what is innovation? Asks how innovation will change the way our society operates as it becomes more networked and discusses whether we will all adapt to the coming of the Internet of Things? How do people see innovation, do they even notice change or is it too gradual? There are now