Discover five outdoor artworks created by five emerging artists to animate the streets and spaces of Bankside.
Beyond Boundaries Bankside, a collaboration with Tate Collective, is a celebration of the character and creativity of our neighbourhood, inspiring people to reconnect with art and each other. Each artist was invited to produce a new commission that responds to lockdown, the easing of restrictions and create site-specific works informed by local stories.
Find out more about the artists and the locations of each site-specific artwork at tate.org.uk.
Koby Martin is a proud export of Ghana and has nurtured his talent in the UK. Koby's work explores the history of performance, theatre and music of the area.
Megan Visser is a multi-disciplinary artist specialising in short video and sculpture. In her artwork she reflects on the ability of food to bring people together.
Zeinab Saleh is a London-based artist whose interdisciplinary practice takes the form of painting, drawing and video. She invites passers-by to reflect on the role that music and creativity plays in our daily lives, especially during lockdown.
Blk Moody Boi is a Non-binary Trans Afro-Indigenous Latinx self taught illustrator. They centre Black and Brown trans people in their art. Blk Moody Boi asks “what does it mean to be safe outside?” by sharing a message of solidarity. They also reflect on the experience of communities that must consider how they move in a space.
Hannah Hill is a London based illustrative artist specialising in hand embroidery. Hannah pays homage to the area and the people who live there through a series of motifs inspired by shared stories.