• Why Do You Cross The Bridge Today?

    Edging towards the end of 2018, we visited Huacalera in the most northern province of Argentina, Jujuy (bordering Bolivia). We came to convince local authorities to support our project, transforming the 33-year-old bridge into a participatory artwork. As per usual, instead of agonizing over details, after less than one day in the town we decided …

  • Artmongering in Azraq Camp – visit 6

    DONATE HERE In 2014, Artmongers first asked their local community in London to support their intention to work in Azraq Camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan, using all the skills and processes developed through the last 15 years of making participatory art in adversity. Together with local community charity Bold Vision, some crowdfunding, and a …

  • El Pasaje de las Alfombras

    This mural is the result of an intense creative participatory process designed to combat prejudices and taboos around mental health, bridging the gap between the oldest mental health institution in Spain, Parc Sanitari in San Boi, Catalunya, and the town itself. The mural was funded by Erasmus Plus, a European Union Exchange Program and it …

  • The Joy of Relativity

      We ventured to Gambia for a week to paint an artwork in a Nursery School in a rural area just outside Banjul. We ended up not only painting the whole school, but also finding a concept and a new name for it – the Sky School. The idea emerged after we took down some …