How to make art in unusual spaces.
Daily Life Ltd launch Artful Measures, an interactive learning platform.
Artful Measures is an innovative, interactive web platform sharing digital case studies about our projects. These case studies, packed full of illustrations, original material and videos, will be useful to anyone interested in art in unusual spaces.
This area of evaluation is poorly represented in research practices. Producing this type of work is not easy, and we’re passionate to share our knowledge to benefit the cultural sector.
Right now you’ll find three case studies on Artful Measures:
Mad Gyms and Kitchens: commissioned as part of London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, this was a national touring show to the places that other art doesn’t reach.
The Daily Life Project: a tour of our work across three East London boroughs, setting up a network of new partnerships and audiences.
The Expert View Light-box Exhibition: focuses on the production of our first light-box street exhibition, challenging notions of expertise within the mental health system, and within society.
We’re keen to hear what you think – so drop us a line.
Big thanks to our collaborators: Outlandish – Build digital applications and websites for companies, charities and universities that make their lives easier and help them to discover and communicate new insights from their data. Dr Caoimhe McAvinchey – Senior Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies at Queen Mary University of London. Sarah Pickthall – A coach (IHD), diversity consultant and facilitator specialising in leadership development, organisational change and digital inclusion across the arts, culture, heritage, creative media and education.
Funded by Arts Council England and Wellcome Trust.