Exhibitions and Festivals:

Graeme Miller
Water Dance
Experiments in Black and White
Rumble Rattle and Spark
Lets Twist Again
I am the Warrior
Giving Soul

Moving Portraits
You'll Never Know
South Hill Park Arts Centre

Public Art Commissions:
Sol Calero
London Fieldworks
Rana Begum
The View from the Outside
Wiltshire Council

Wild Blue Yonder
Artists in the City

Cicely Saunders Institute

Reports, Consultancies, Art Strategies
Teaching, Seminars, Lectures


Barthelemy Toguo, ‘Water Dance’ a commission for the 2015 WOMAD Festival

The outdoor installation was inspired by memories of the artist’s childhood in Cameroon where numerous plastic buckets and bowls littered the banks of the few rivers early each morning as everyone fetched water for their daily needs. A series of talks accompanying this installation were programmed as part of the Global Voices Programme at the Festival:

Border-Crossing in Contemporary Art : Marcus Verhagen a London-based lecturer and critic, looks at efforts by artists to examine border-crossing at a time when international travel is increasingly commonplace for some and perilous for others

Mapping the Sonic: A presentation of sound art from Africa and the Diaspora with Christine Eyene, curator of ‘All Of Us Have A Sense Of Rhythm’ at David Roberts Art Foundation, London.

Artist in Residence, Barthélémy Toguo, in conversation with Roger Malbert, Head of Hayward Touring, Hayward Gallery, writer and author of ‘Drawing People’ published 2015 by Thames and Hudson

Barthelemy Toguo
Barthelemy Toguo, Water Dance, installation, 2015
Commissioned by World of Art for WOMAD 2015