James Lake Sculpture

Community projects break down barriers and encourage people from a diverse range of educational and social backgrounds to work intuitively together; to develop collaborative learning environments and forge new ways of working. Participants share experiences and develop peer to peer learning as well as developing their own practice.

These projects are designed to use accessible, common place and recycled material, such as cardboard, and blur the boundaries between high art and low art. I use cardboard as it gives people the opportunity to create large scale sculptures without the need of a specialised working space.