Intelligent Trouble @ The Festival of Materials and Making, Kings College, London
Helen Carnac, David Gates, Katy Hackney, Shane Waltener
7-11 November 2011

Using the staircase at the river-end of the main axis of the Strand campus as site and inspiration, the artist-led collective Intelligent Trouble drew on rope-making as a way of working with spaces, materials, processes and people. The staircase moves through the vertical height of the whole building and was used as a vast studio space. The artists responded to the space, working over the course of the week to make a constantly evolving and growing intervention. Intelligent Trouble are a London-based collective of makers and artists, one of the founder-members is a PhD student in the humanities department at KCL.

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