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THE REVIEW


Since 2008 Wunderbar has been bringing artists and audiences together on journeys of intrigue and wonder. Here’s the story so far. December 2015


Wunderbar Process

Wunderbar projects bring audiences and artists together on journeys of intrigue and wonder

Our projects are conceived and guided by artists

Our audiences are always active participants in the experience


We like to be playful and disrupt the status quo We are curious about what happens once our projects are let loose on the world

How we make our projects is as important as what we make

We hope to inspire, challenge and nurture new ways to work, think and play


Wunderbar PEOPLE Walkers Commuters

Festivallers Self employed people Mental Health workers Office workers

Pet owners

academics Architects Artists Deaf community

CAMPERS

Passers-by

Musicians: Opera singers Pop musicians BUSKers


School children Teachers

Librarians

ShoppERS

Home owners Council housing tenants

Inner city youth groups Youth leaders

Dancers & non-dancers

CYCLISTS

Lone workers

...have all had a Wunderbar experience


Wunderbar projects

TOURS OF PEOPLE’S HOMES

People used words like ‘life changing’ and ‘liberating’... Katie Fletcher, Tours of People’s Homes participant

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Wunderbar projects

human library ...an incredibly intricate and complexly rich form, which was fascinating to learn about. Human Library reader

...we all took something away from it; they got an insight into my world and I got an insight into theirs. Donna Williams, Human Library Book

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Wunderbar projects

Anniversary - An act of memory

...one of the most important events in my life as an artist. Monica Ross on producing Act 36 for Anniversary An Act of Memory with Wunderbar

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Wunderbar projects

Noise Karaoke

...It pushed me to experiment and it placed my work in a context that has let me think about my work... in new and exciting ways. James Stenhouse, Noise Karaoke artist

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Sauna Nation

Jazz, lazy boys, shade and hot, hot steam. I felt like I was in a dream or a foyer for Nirvana!

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Edicure

Profoundly cool.

Prof. Mark Watson-Gandy, Barrister

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Nightwalks with Teenagers

Enjoyed Nightwalk with Teenagers And like all good nights woke up with a new tattoo!

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Desk Chair disco

Platypus

We Stand Out The Most When We Stand Together

Mad Gyms and Kitchens


Visit our website to see lots more wunderbar projects


Wunderbar SETTINGS countryside City streets

Disused buildings Festivals Cinemas

CAMPSites museums


aeroplanes Hair salon

Libraries

buses

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Community centres

Car parks

Shopping centres

Homes

Where our projects have happened


Wunderbar ARTISts

Action Hero Adele Prince Alastair MacLennan Alper Ak Knol Bobby Baker Carol Luby Christo Wallers CLAIRE Carter Edwina Ashton Ellie Harrison Faye Peacock Fio Ginny Reed Goh Ideta Hannah Gillespie Harriet Plew Jane Arnfield Joel Cahen Jorn Ebner Joshua Sofaer Jo a Craphead Linda Montano Maayan Amir Mammalia to Mouth Neesha Champaneria Nicola Singh Noize C Reactor Rob Smith Rob Stenhouse Rose English Ruth Sarah Blood Sean Maltby Search Party Sorrel Muggrid The People Speak The Torontonians Tim Bailey Valter


kcay Amelia Bande Anat Ben David Anne Bean Annette E Clunie Reid David Foggo Deniz Aygun Diane Torr Ed ona Wright Funda Karakus Genco Gulan Gillie Kleiman wis Hide & Seek Ilana Mitchell Insel Inal Jamie Allen osie Long Kate Stobbart Lady Kitt Laura Nanni Life of an Diving Reflex Mem Morrison Monica Ross Mouth Choir Nomadi Paul Grimmer Peter J Evans Rajni Shah h (Bob) Levene Ruti Sela Sally Madge Sandra Johnston dge Steve Levon Ounanian Susie Green Tamara Ashley rs Silis Wajid Yaseen


Wunderbar THINKS

Play. Won Questions we’ve asked. Answers we’ve found.

What if… Wunderbar blog

Wunderbiz in R & D

Philosopher-in-residence


nder. Act. Ethical Policy

The pay-what-you-like experiment

Working with young people


Wunderbar iN NUMBERS

72 Project partners

16,000 direct aud

290 artists (hailing from at least 9 countries* 4 continents)

1,150 direct participants

230


* Latvia

Places we have visited internationally

Canada Chile Germany israel japan Latvia the Netherlands Turkey usa

diences

0,000 incidental audiences Australia


Wasn’t that brilliant? If I died now I would die happy. INX performance audience member

Credits

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To Be continued...

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