THE EMPTY GALLERY
The Empty Gallery is a collaborative project between Claque and a local community or group to create mobile 'interactive theatre-art and heritage exhibitions' that reflects the lives, thoughts or ideas of the community who create it. The creators could be an individual, the community within a city, town, village, street, an organisation or 'interest group'. ....More
2018 Silhouette's for 'Battles Over'
Our latest gallery was First World War silhouettes in the windows of Rusthall High Street and 'There but Not There' transparent soldiers in St Paul's Church. The Large cut out silhouettes illustrated the stories of written in Clive Robert's book Rusthall's Fallen. To read more click Here
2016-17 The Aldgate Heritage Project
We have recently finished Aldgate Heritage Project in the City of London, an Empty Gallery celebrating cultural diversity and stories of migration, immigration and personal journeys told through exhibitions in a suitcase, Edwardian photographs mounted in the the streets of the East End and recorded interviews. Click Here