A new project exploring physical and virtual installations, inspired by and created with local communities across Kent, in response to the county’s hosting of the Paralympic Cycling Evets in September 2012.

Creating iconic imagery in unexpected urban and rural landscapes, reCyculture Kent will literally put the bicycle on a pedestal, with a virtual layer, exploring issues, thoughts, facts, ideas, the good, the bad and the imaginary of cycling in the 21st century.

With local communities, we will explore ideas to create installations and develop virtual material working across a range of artforms including spoken word, stop animation, clowning and physical theatre, visual art and sound design. ¬†Further details shortly…

The project has evolved from previous projects, Performance Parking and Green Horses on the Wall.

bmx bike leaps from the top of an old telegraph pole, the sun bursts from from a cloud behind against a blue sky. A tenement block sits in the corner of the image

Performance Parking

A green bike hangs on the wall of a block of flats, in between green treens

Green Horses on the Wall

the front wheel and handlebars of a bright green bike emerge from the wall of a block of flats in Roehampton

Green Horses in Putney