Celebrate Brixton's cultural heritage and vibrancy, re-imagined as Common Land, through our exhibition and installation. We'll investigate an alternative Brixton, exploring the possibilities through visualisations and the re-elevation of our studio building.
Our exhibition is split into three parts:-
A Brixton Colours Show | An art installation fixed to our studio’s façade symbolising Brixton vibrancy.
Common Land Conception | A series of boards which will exhibit visualisations in the form of sketches, drawings, renders etc. conveying what Brixton could look like if reinvented as common land.
The BoonBrown Experience | At the rear of our studio, you’ll have the opportunity to take a deeper look into who we are and what we do at BoonBrown.
The exhibition will remain on site for three days following the launch and will be open to anyone who wants to come by and view, ask questions or speak to us about anything.
BoonBrown, Bernay's Grove, London
Look up - in white letters see Tunstall Hall! Between the arches, there is a buzzer which notifies us that you require access to the building.
Nearest station: Brixton Tube
For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org