What do children and young people want for their future? How do they want their future cities to look and feel? What dreams do they have? What are their rights?
In St Giles Square, the Wiggle Wonderland will host artwork created by children and young people reacting to these questions.
Wiggle Wonderland is a touring pavilion and exhibition space activated by artists and communities. The project is a collaboration between architectural designer Beau McCarthy and artist Lucy Grainge.
The Wiggle Wonderland pavilion was launched in 2021 supported by Arts Council England and Brainchild Festival. The London Festival of Architecture 2022 instalment and workshop programme is supported by Almacantar.
Image: credit: Morely von Sternberg
St Giles Square, London
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