• Visiting the Saharawis

    We went to the Western Sahara for a reconnaissance trip invited by Danielle Smith from Sandlast who has been committed to the Sarahawi cause for over 27 years. We developed and painted a mural in the Special Needs centre there, and are in the process of creating a large-scale project, which could potentially invole all the …

  • Are You With Us? – Our Syrian Refugee Camp Project

    Due to security reasons, our return to the refugee camp in Jordan has had to be postponed until the new year. We’re still committed, and are fundraising to carry out the work planned to improve the lives of Syrian refugees through art, engagement and joy. Here’s the link to get involved and support the project. …

  • 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 …