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John Ros
6 July–16 July 2017
PV/Talk 5 July 2017


NYC based John Ros will make a new site-specific work called Topaz that references his interest in archives and history. Ros will aim to form a timeline from DOLPH shows past and present.

Press release 

Streatham Festival
1–9 July 2017



Alice Wilson
Fitness First
7 Streatham High Road
SW16 1EF
Mon–Thurs 6am–10pm
Fri 6am–9pm
Weekends 8am–8pm


Cheap Laughs is an audience participatory artwork by Alice Wison built to replicate the appearance and function of a piece of British landscape furniture – the stile. The sculpture will be exhibited at Fitness First during the Streatham Festival where the public will be invited to climb over it and chat with the artist.


Emma Cousin
444-446 Streatham High
Road SW16 3PX
Mon–Fri 8.30am–6pm


For Streatham Festival, Emma Cousin will present Aids For Living, a series of small interventions at Mediworld. The exhibition will consist of works that reflect on ideas about mobility and our lack of control over the destiny of our bodies. – cartoonic sound-effect machines; trophies on plinths; takeaway information.


Sunnyhill Primary School
Wandsworth Oasis
2 Leigham Court Road
SW16 2PG
Mon–Sat 10am–6pm
Sun 10am–4pm


What Makes Sunnyhill Tick was a visual arts project DOLPH undertook
with Sunnyhill Primary School for a term earlier this year. Some of the imaginative works the children produced will be exhibited in the window at Wandsworth Oasis during the Streatham Festival.