‘Social Hacking: temporary public art commissions for the city of Plymouth’ was a series of temporary public art ‘hacks’ / commissions by international artists groups against a backdrop of urban regeneration. The project reflected the ways in which these changes to a city could be further influenced by creative human intervention.
Featured: commissioned work from such as The Institute for Applied Autonomy (USA), Mikro Orchestra Project (Poland), and Ludic Society (Austria/Switzerland). The event also includes the prelaunch of c6 (UK) new Dot Master project Mobility in the art market.
Curated with: Kurator with Geoff Cox, Joasia Krysa, Anya Lewin
Role: Curator / Co-producer