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Artwork made by workshop participants (detail)

Artworks made by workshop participants

Artwork made by workshop participants

Artworks made by workshop participants

Artwork made by workshop participants (detail)

Artwork made by workshop participants (detail)

Artwork made by workshop participants (detail)

Artwork made by workshop participants (detail)

Artwork made by workshop participants

Workshop participant

This event launches a new commission by artist Hannah Clayden, inspired by the experiences of families who took part in the ten month long Making Yourself Known project.

Clayden invites the public to join her for this final event to deconstruct, extend and build upon her paper-based piece to create a new artwork, and a new shared experience.

This event marks the conclusion of Making Yourself Known, a ten-month project that took as its point of departure the complex themes of 'social justice and human rights'. Residents living in Gasworks’ neighbourhood have worked together in a series of workshops that have explored notions of fairness, reimagined a collective society, questioned the role of some of our most embedded social institutions and devised solutions to a series of playful challenges.


The project was supported by Awards For All, The Peter Minet Trust and The Foundry.