Flour Studio

Location: Catford
Website: www.ourflour.com
Bio:

The Studio
The Studio
Flour is a London based live art studio working across the fields of public art, design and social inclusion. The studio is actively engaged in a new type of creative practice that reaches beyond specialist boundaries. Flour is focused in creating work in which the audience is engaged directly in the creative process and participants are encouraged to become co-authors and editors, as well as the spectators of the work.

Our vision is to make meaningful public art and design that redefines the landscape of collective participative practice. Our work can create an intense and long-lasting sense of ownership of shared spaces and memorable experiences for its participants.

Flour studio creates and develops new art projects, products, services,
experiences and spaces. The studio also conducts a broad range of research
activities, educates, and provides industry and institutions with a range of
research and people-centric services.

The studio was founded in 2002 by Fabiane Lee-Perrella and Flour clients
and project partners have included: V&A, Southbank Centre, Barbican Centre, FutureCity, Refugee Council, NHS, Allen & Overy, Microsoft Reasearch, Lambeth Council, Network Housing Group, Cathedral, Crossway Foundation, as well as universities and schools throughout the country.

Exhibitions:

2015
About Eggs and Baskets – Allen & Overy – One Bishops Square Space, London

2011
Love Plates – Festival of Britain Celebrations – Southbank Centre, London

2010
Project Morrinho – Southbank Centre Favela – Southbank Centre, London
Boteco Favela – Royal Festival Hall, London

2008
The Land Of Green Ginger, Paragon Station, Hull
Mass-participation art installation, part of the events for Refugee Week

2006
Manual Colourido – Microsoft Research Building, Cambridge
With the support of Microsoft and the Brazilian Embassy in London

2005
Manual Colourido – Gallery 32, London
With the support of the Brazilian Embassy in London

2004
Tea-Time-on-Tow
Flour’s mobile exhibition for London Design Festival and the World Creative Forum