UP Projects Art Installation
Comprising four large-scale artworks, Jessie Brennan’s new commission takes visitors on a journey through the historic, social, political and economic factors that have impacted the area and shaped its identity.
Jessie Brennan’s artwork interprets,
- Histories — drawing on lesser known heritage to create the conditions to imagine alternative futures.
- People — identifying previously lesser celebrated local champions through engaging local communities.
- Ecology — communicating the unique ecological aspects of the site – its connection to water, the docks, ecological aspects.
Designed to connect with and engage the local community, the final four art installations can be viewed across Royal Docks at the following locations.
Victoria Dock, Victoria Dock Road, E16 3BT
Dock Road Underpass, 1 Dock Road, E16 1AG
Custom House Gateway, Junction of Freemasons Road and Victoria Dock Road, E16 3BT
Royal Docks Adventure, 1012 Dockside Road, E16 2QT
For your visit
Art & Culture
Making Space: Go the Distance
Installation artwork by Jessie Brennan, created with Peacock Gym by collecting images from the archive of this renowned community boxing hub.
Shipman Youth Zone
Drop-in youth centre for 11-19 year-olds with snooker, table tennis, and computer facilities on offer.
Royal Wharf Community Dock
From adult ballet classes to dance and drama classes for kids, this new centre in the heart of Royal Wharf has begun with a bang.
Join the Docks 2020
September - December
The Royal Dock's annual celebration of culture and creativity - Join the Docks - is now open for submissions.
Sat 28 Sep 2019
A magical spectacle of water and light on the waters of the dock.