WICK SESSION NO.6 – WALK
AFFORDABLE WICK Affordable neighbourhoods allow for communities to thrive, with artists, creative practitioners, young enterprises taking hold in these emerging fringes of the city.
WICK SESSION NO.6 – REPORT
SOMETHING IS HAPPENING IN HACKNEY WICK Groups of young people reinventing space, where they can live and work, producing what they want. These communities are self-funded, private, informal.
WICK SESSION NO.6 – REPORT RECLAIM fFOR THE INTERIM Colin Priest reports about an evening of presentations by three practitioners with a wide range of experience in the field of sustainability and working with recycled materials: Jonathan Essex, Andrew Willis and Christina Norton.
WICK SESSION NO.7 –REPORT
OPEN SOURCE DESIGN The open community upholds the value that anyone can use and improve on the ideas of those around them, accelerating innovation through the open exchange of ideas and creating better solutions.
WOW –WORKSHOP NO.2
MODULAR MOBILE RE-USE Wick On Wheels is a roaming production unit, which travels across Hackney Wick & Fish Island and the surrounding areas. It engages with local communities of East London to create an informed practice of re-use.
With Contributions by:
Richard Brown, Sam Brown, Tom James, Colin Priest