Black lives matter to Beaconsfield. We acknowledge the legacies of British colonialism and its contemporary expressions in systemic racism. We contribute towards dissolving borders between race, class, gender and disability by nurturing relationships with a diverse range of artists, audiences, participants and co-workers.

Sonia Boyce, They’re Almost Like Twins (1996), photograph on vinyl Beaconsfield outer wall. Cottage Industry, Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall.
Tuula Närhinen talks to local residents during Beaconsfield residency for Deep Time Deposits (2020). A Beaconsfield Commission.
Ain Bailey performs at VOCALIS_IV (2019). Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall

A level student workshop with Erika Winstone, The Duration (2019). A Beaconsfield Commission.
Dubmorphology, Spirit_off (2019) for Emerge Festival. A Beaconsfield Commission.
Danielle Allen performs with Dubmorphology; Spirit_off for Emerge Festival (2019)
GCSE workshop (2019) with Trevor Mathiason of Dubmorphology.
Virgina Nirmarkoh and Fan Sissoko, directors of We The People (2019), lead public discussion at film launch. Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall.
Class of 2019, mentees of Beaconsfield Teen Tours for Foam Talent.
Phoebe Collings-James, video still. In Whose Eyes? (2018), Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall.
Keith Piper, Mic Drop (2017), video still. Helsinki Contemporary. A Beaconsfield Commission.
Keith Piper, Mic Drop (2017), video still. Arch space. A Beaconsfield Commission.
Mic Drop: a performative symposium (2017) with Keith Piper and Paul Goodwin in conversation.
Shayma leads a public Teen Tour of Foam Talent (2017).
Noor Behram, Noor Sayed (2012) photograph.Gaming in Waziristan, Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall.
Joseph Walsh, Test Bed (2010), video still. A Beaconsfield Commission.
Carina Diepens, Golden Helmet (2002). Engineer IV. A Beaconsfield Commission.