Social Art Map - Who is involved?

The Social Art Map was initiated by Emily Druiff (Peckham Platform) and Sophie Hope (Birbeck, University of London) in 2015. The five projects they chose to look at in depth were:

Money Distribution Machine & Other Useful Contraptions
An interactive installation at Peckham Platform resulting from workshops with people living with learning disabilities and mental health challenges at Three Cs, Rye Lane. Commissioned by Peckham Platform.

Mapped by:
Emily Druiff (Executive Director, Peckham Platform)
Kathrin Böhm (artist)
Alison Love (Three Cs, Head of Inclusion)
Liz Moreland (service user at Three C’s, cake-maker, participant)

This is For You
A public performance on the pavements of Archway about being seen. One audience member watched one dancer and one local at a time through a shop window. Commissioned by Islinglton Council with AIR, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.

Mapped by:
Tilly Fowler and Anna Hart (AIR)
Anna MacDonald (artist)
Richard Thomas (Thomas Brothers Ironmongers, Archway)

This Used To Be Fields
A mural exploring a history of the Becontree Estate in Dagenham. Commissioned by Create and Creative Barking and Dagenham.

Mapped by:
Razia Begum (Producer, Create); and Marijke Steedman (Curator, Create)
Chad McCail (artist)
Matt Benjamin (local historian, participant)
Biniam Ghide (mural artist, participant)

Between You and Me / The Present Tense
A play and film by Edward Thomasson made with nonprofessional performers from East London. Commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery and Create.

Mapped by:
Hadrian Garrard (Director, Create)
Laura Wilson (Offsite and Education Curator, Chisenhale Gallery)
Edward Thomasson (artist)
Amy Bentley (volunteer performer)

Werker 1 – Community Darkroom
Workshops, collective educational activities and installation on photography and labour with Werker Magazine and Justice for Domestic Workers. Commissioned by The Showroom (Communal Knowledge).

Mapped by:
Louise Shelley (Collaborative Projects Curator, The Showroom)
Rogier Delfos and Marc Roig Blesa (Werker Magazine, artists)
Marissa Begonia (Justice for Domestic Workers, collaborators)