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.
1–9 July 2017
7 Streatham High Road
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.
444-446 Streatham High
Road SW16 3PX
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
2 Leigham Court Road
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.