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  • A Song For Dover

    To welcome the 2012 Olympic torch. Dover hosted a spectacular firework display by the Worlds Famous. As part of of the evenings activity’s Go Go Whippet was invited to create a bespoke Britannia themed photo booth to capture the peoples reactions to the  festivities.  

  • Roaming Perspectives 

    Client: Arts Council, Swale Borough Council and HCA. In january 2011 ROOM was in Sheerness for a month and has been the base of a series of photographic workshops run by artist Matt Rowe. The products of which are viewable in the gallery below. Participants and other visitors created there own photographic images during the walking tour.…

  • Time Capsules

    Client: Folkestone Triennial 2011. Responding to the 2011 Triennial theme A Million Miles from home Time Capsules was a project that captured a snap shot of what local residents considered home to be. WHAT IS HOME? TELL US YOUR TALES OF WHAT HOME MEANS TO YOU. IS IT SOMEWHERE REAL OR IMAGINED? IS IT NEAR OR FAR?…

  • Maidstone Jubilee

    Client Kent: KCC, Cultural Baton. As Part of the Kent Cultural Batons tour of Kent. Go Go Whippet was invited to capture the people and sence of place the grand opening of maidstone Jubilee square. The square provides Maidsone with a new civic space for community events. Thought the day the the Kent cultural Baton…

  • Jump Cut

    Client: Creative Foundation. Welcome to the H-88 and JumpCut Exhibition Show Reel. The following features are brought to you by the talented Young People of Folkestone. The Folkestone Triennial Education Team, Creative Quarter Folkestone and East Folkestone Change Together are proud to present the Showreel for the JumpCut Film making project and the Private View for…

  • H-88

    Client: Creative Foundation and East Folkestone Change. H-88 was a youth engagement project that worked with a broad range of young people aged between 11 to 16.The project successfully developed and delivered  a number of sessions across the Havey and Harbour wards of east Folkestone. H-88 empowered a number of young people from marginalised communities…

  • Chalk De Ville

    Client: East Kent Live Lit, Club Shepway and Folkestone Book Festival.   Wipe Out and FreakOut” get creative at chalk de ville, the interactive drawing experience. What is it? – chalk de ville is an interacive three dimentional black board enviroment. How can it be used?- Chalk De Ville provides an interactive frame work for educatonal work shops,…

  • Light Up Dover

    Client: KCC Light Up Dover’s  aim was to let people  know the 2012 Olympic  journey has started.  Local residents were encouraged  to go inside a cultural building – many people are not familiar with how close they are to a cultural or sporting venue.  Light up Dover acted as a visual marker that celebrates Great…

  • Foreshore

    Client: Folkestone Triennial, Robert Kusmirowski. This intallation project involved working in conjunction with the artist Robert Kusmirowski, to help  fabricate and install the exhibit Foreshore.  Foreshore was an underwater fish market constructed from salvaged materials found on the Folkestone harbour terminal site.   Celebrated for his sculptural simulacra, Kusmirowskis’ work often takes the form of detailed, turn of the century reconstructions or perfect…

  • Menagerie

    Client: Club Shepway, Vernacular Spectacular. Thought the 2008 Folkestone Triennial, The B&B Project provided the hub for the Folkestone Fringe program. To attract public engagement with the artworks on offer, the project space was transformed in to an alternative sea side photo booth.  The set design featured an array of regional props especially created by the…