KCAW20 PUBLIC ART TRAIL
The KCAW Public Art Trail creates temporary landmarks across eight zones of the borough, connecting RBKC through an evolving discovery trail, explored on foot and through digital experiences.
Each year, KCAW presents thought-provoking installations and murals, which in the past have included work by Terry O'Neill, Laura Ford, Amanda Parer, James Capper and Richard Woods. This year the trail will include artists: Liz West, Lois O’Hara, Barnaby Barford, Toy Studio, Alex Chinneck, Chris Ruffoni, Found Fiction and Amy Jackson.
In order to give greater visibility to locally based creative talent, KCAW20 hosted an Open Call to artists to submit artworks to be installed in a variety of public spaces during KCAW20, responding to the KCAW20 Curatorial Theme: TRANSFORMATION.
The shortlisted proposals were selected by an Art Committee of names from across the visual arts, culture, literature and media worlds including: RBKC Mayor Cllr Will Pascal, artist Conrad Shawcross, Diane Morgan from Westway Arts, Jo Stella-Sawicka, former Director of FRIEZE Sculpture Park and local resident, art consultant Kristie Kang, The Design Museum’s Josephine Chanter, photographer and local resident Richard Young and Cadogan’s Sophia Routledge.