In January 2017 over 3,000 people participated in #SpacetoBreathe, a weekend of creative action in response to London's air pollution crisis.
The artworks, debates and workshops presented over the course of the weekend offered solutions as to how we, as individuals can take practical action to make our cities less congested, cleaner and more energy efficient.
Huge thanks to all the artists, partners, supporters and audiences!
Space to Breathe was commissioned and produced by Cape Farewell and Shrinking Space, in partnership with King’s College London’s Environmental Research Group.
Part of Utopia 2016 - a year of imagination and possibility
#art #science #action #airpollution
Supported by: Arts Council England, The Physiological Society King's College London, Somerset House and Virtual Reality Hire Ltd