Exhibitions

  • Below you can explore the online art exhibition from our latest open call ‘After the Pandemic’. Artists and citizens were invited to respond to our brief about what sort of healthier, more environmentally sustainable ‘normal’ they would like to return to after the lock-down, and what behaviours, modes or production, societal or economic values they would not like to see coming back. The results were surprising and some common themes emerged. For this collection, we featured all works that we found to have some resonance with our brief. Click the info button on the right when hovering over an image to expand and reveal information and the artist’s statement for each work.  This collection is open –  we are happy to hear from any artist  interested to submit works that fit the brief.
  • To view photos from our larger Arts Council funded touring exhibition, Hidden Paths – an informative immersive exhibition including virtual reality simulation into zero carbon, post capitalist futures, visit: https://systemchangehive.org/category/gallery/   This exhibition, featuring visual art, sound art, film and virtual reality, was the result of our interdisciplinary System Change Hive project. After successful exposure at Brighton Digital Arts Fest and Warwick Arts Centre, the tour is currently on hold due to COVID 19.

After the Pandemic

Contacts

If you are an organisation seeking our help as creative catalyst to think differently about your environmental campaign strategies, to deliver creative workshops or educational events about communicating rapid transition, or for inspirational guest talks involving creatives, please use the contact form below and address your query to David.

 

If you are an artist, creative, or change maker generally interested in joining the Swarm collective or finding out more about what we do and would like to do, please fill in the below mail form below and one of our team will get back to you in a week or two. Alternatively, follow and ping us on facebook or twitter.

 

If you are able to support our unique work embedding the arts within system change and sustainable futures, please help us keep going in the aftermath of COVID19 with a small donation, which you can make securely through our page on the Charities Aid Foundation – please click here