Thank you to all our partners who have made this unique project possible:

Project funding

This project is funded by the Government's Getting Building Fund through Coventry and Warwickshire LEP and Warwickshire County Council. 

The Government (Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government, MHCLG) provides Getting Building funding via Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and Mayoral Combined Authorities (MCAs) in England.

Curatorial lead

Creative Giants

Delivery partner

Factory Settings

Project supporters

Project delivery partners

How the project was delivered

Specialist input was required to ensure the project was curated and met all the required fabrication standards. Two project delivery partners were appointed:

  • Creative Giants – to identify and support artists to develop sites and artists concepts in readiness for production.
  • Factory Settings – to manage fabrication and installation.

Atherstone - toyStudio

toyStudio is a London-based art collective which combines the fields of art and architecture. The studio is inspired by investigations into natural, mathematical, and scientific systems. The studio crafts exciting experiential interventions through art and sculpture which share stories, educate, and form new experiences, creating sculptures and large-scale installations found in both galleries and public spaces.

Bedworth - Paul Channing

Paul was born in Nuneaton, grew up in Bulkington and studied design in Nottingham. Paul spent the last 20 years in Bristol, working for the artist Walter Jack, delivering many complex, unusual and large scale, public art commissions. Paul has recently launched his own practice making purposeful and playful artworks.

Leamington - Spencer Jenkins

Using sustainable materials creatively, Spencer makes aesthetically beautiful, sculptural forms which functional intent. Using a narrative that connects humans and nature, often inspired by found objects and organic shapes, handmade from steel and wood. Spencer's work varies in scale from monumental site-specific works, to intricate thoughtful gallery pieces.

Nuneaton - Accent

Accent is a London based creative consultancy working alongside clients to create bespoke artwork for interior and exterior spaces.

Polesworth - Edie Jo Murray

Edie Jo Murray uses digital tools to invite audiences into imagined worlds where the rules are different and weird is welcome. Her focus on digital and immersive technologies is enriched through vibrant, sensory-driven exploration of physical media.

Rugby - Studio MUTT

Studio MUTT is an award-winning UK architecture practice established by Graham Burn, James Crawford and Alexander Turner in 2017.

MUTT is an energetic architecture and design studio working across culture and identity, placemaking and public realm. Our ambition is to create joyful projects to make everyday life better.

Stratford - Ruby Road Productions Red Isaac and Sarah Annis

Ruby Road Co - founded by Red Isaac and Sarah Annis is a collective of storytellers with overactive imaginations and a passion for place.

They are dedicated to rooting all their creative outputs, from concept to production, in the place, its people and its stories. They strive to ensure that their work resonates with and reaches the unrepresented.

Clare Pentlow (supporting Ruby Road)

Clare is an award winning paper artist, whilst studying Surface Pattern Design at university she fell in love with paper. Her works combine hand cutting and folding creating unique art always inspired by patterns, shapes and forms in nature. Working from her studio at Holyhead Studios in Coventry, Clare exhibits across the UK she also runs workshops encouraging participants to explore the possibilities of paper.

Coleshill - Eksait Studio (Parveer Braich)

Parveer Braich is a interdisciplinary designer running Eksait Studio. Parv’s work has previously focused on bridging interior architecture with experiential digital environments, to enable hybrid services. Parveer distinguishes herself on the consistency of processes within the journey of design, space, immersive media and technical production with the view to offer holistic substance.

Working with clients in a sustainable and ethical way, is how she chooses to construct sensory environments that connect people to spaces. Cultivating narratives from the unknown which will ultimately manifest into a tangible form, physically or emotionally with a view to ‘eksait’ the curiosity of others.

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