UCL East


Trellis art exhibition: Field Works

16 March 2024–01 April 2024, 11:00 am–6:00 pm

A group of colourful abstract images

Trellis art exhibition, Field Works, brings together art works created by east London artists in collaboration with UCL researchers and local communities. Entry is free and open to all.

Event Information

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UCL Cultural and Community Engagement Team


Hoxton Hall
130 Hoxton St
N1 6SH
United Kingdom

UCL’s Trellis initiative is a well-established knowledge exchange programme created by the Cultural and Community Engagement team at UCL East. It is co-funded by the Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)

Field Works, which is curated by public curator Rosie Murdoch for UCL, will be the fourth exhibition resulting from the programme. It responds to the urban impact on the self and is the culmination of a year of investigation, collaboration, walking, thinking and doing between the artists, researchers and communities.

The artists and researchers involved in Field Works, along with a variety of partners from across the boroughs of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest, are:

Also on display at Hoxton Hall will be six works created in response to the six artworks by young people from east London as a result of the Trellis Young Producers project.

Image: from Field Works' Public Powers, courtesy of Nate Agbetu and Dr Chetna Sharma