• Making the Impossibility

    It is our 5th visit to Azraq camp; we seem to have gotten better at some things, while still being challenged by new conditions and potential problems. Next to where we are staying there is an airbase that seems to have a lot more activity these days. Apart from that, life in the camp hasn’t …

  • Pionera – breaking through!

    Our first project in 2018 occurred in Tigre, a locality in the suburbs of Buenos Aires. We were given the job of painting a very large collection of uneven walls covering over 800 square meters Distrito Tigre Sur is a Private / Public enterprise aiming at transforming an area that became derelict when the local …

  • Return to Azraq

    We make art to provide solutions. So, it’s important to us to find out what happens after we leave. This January, Catherine Shovlin, Artmongers Director of Research, went back to the refugee camp to carry out impact evaluation on the July 2015 artwork and discuss next steps with the team there. We used the well …

  • El Gran Tornillo – Monumental Screw on a water tank in Salta, Argentina

    The starting point for this artwork has been the reinterpretation of the tank’s shape. In 2014, we looked at a few different spaces to make an urban intervention. The tank’s potential really stood out and we started a design process on Facebook, asking our friends what would they turn it into. This is what Andy …