Office of Experiments

As a platform for supporting independent collective research projects the Office of Experiments strategy is to provide new cultural perspectives on contested landscapes, environments and ecologies. 

Projects made in collaboration with Office of Experiments 2004- 2021 

The Office of Experiments was originally founded by Neal White in 2004.

The work that Neal White led in the period 2004-21 resulted in a number of International exhibitions and projects that include;

Central Pavilion of Giardini; Venice Biennale of Architecture with Monsoon Assemblages (2021), Into The Great Wide Open – Arts and Music Festival, Vlieland, Holland (2019) Arts Catalyst Centre London (2010-18), Wysing Arts, Cambridge (2015), Suspension of Disbelief at Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington DC (2012), The John Hansard Gallery, Southampton (2008-9) and Camden Roundhouse with N55 and Arts Catalyst (2006). Details of each of the projects ad the collaborators are linked from above.

For more details on Neal Whites work with Office of Experiments developing bus tours, exhibitions, online databases etc - please read;

The Artist as Experimental Agent