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Open Call is now finished. Congratulations to  Andreas Tomoiaga.

The exhibition of his work will open in March at


It is an open topic, however if you need a creativity accelerator you might think of questions such as:

What stops you in your tracks?

What do you not understand in the world or in your own life?

What is unknown?

What makes you feel playful?

What do you spend most time on?

What risk would you like to play out in art?

The work will be chosen by the curator of the gallery, a professional artist with
experience in collaborative projects, art education from Chelsea College of Art and
Goldsmiths, who will work with the artist/group throughout the process, offering
conceptual and technical support.

Decision will be announced at the beginning of January.

The exhibition will last for 2 months online (March-April) and later will be accessible via gallery archive. The product collection from the exhibition will remain avalable for purchase in the gallery shop.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email




  • 16-25 year-olds

  • living in Thamesmead

  • artists, non-artist, groups


  • £500 grant (dedicated towards digital artwork and artist fee)

  • support in creating of the digital artwork

  • limited edition catalogue

  • limited edition prints for sale in the gallery shop

  • support in creating physical artwork for sale at the gallery shop + separate  budget for materials and making

  • Instagram takeover for the duration of the show

  • Conceptual and technical support


  • new media

  • digital

  • gaming

  • performance

  • film

  • photography

  • social media 

  • interactive

  • animation

  • sound

  • programing


Send your submission to



FORMAT: PDF document, Google Drive link or just an Email

DEADLINE: 12/12/2020


  • Describe your project or idea (What do you want to make, what medium will you use, eg, text, film, social media action, animation; is there any feeling or thought, that drives your idea?)

  • Attach 2 images that inspire you for this project (they can, but don't have to be done by you). Add short descriptions / 60 word max

Selected applicants might be contacted for extra information/documentation. The winning person/group will need to provide proof of living in Thamesmead.

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Dani Tagen is a visual artist based in London. She will graduate from an MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design, UAL  in 2020. She holds a Masters Degree in Contemporary Art and Teaching from Goldsmiths University. She was awarded the CAPES scholarship from the Brazilian Ministry of Education to study photography at City of Westminster College. She is currently living in Thamesmead, London, where she has her own radio program ‘Process in Focus’ at RTM Thamesmead Radio, in which Dani interviews artists. She works from a studio at her flat.

Currently she is working on a video-installation commissioned by Bow Arts & Arts Council England. Dani Tagen has exhibited in her native Sao Paulo as well as, London, Berlin and Vienna. Her work is held in private collections in Houston, Sao Paulo, London and Tokyo.


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