Clare Qualmann

walkwalkwalk: an archaeology of the familiar and forgotten is an ongoing collaboration with the artists Gail Burton and Serena Korda. walkwalkwalk has its own website fully documenting the live art events, text works, film, audio and installations that we have produced since 2005.











Spinning Stories is a collaborative project with Emily Butterworth, from Kings College London, and The Women's Library, that began in November 2008. The project explores gossip, walking, the changing face of the east end of London, the boundary between the public and the private - and laundry.





Honesty Box is an ongoing collaboration with Gail Burton, an experimental drawing project that places work in the public domain, mimicking a roadside stand of flowers, or fruit with the associated questions of trust and participation.

Collect, transform, repeat was a research based curatorial project with the artists Elizabeth LeMoine and Susan Skingle. The project culminated in an exhibition at Quay Arts, Isle of Wight Nov 2006 - Jan 2007, exploring commonalities in our approaches to making through the exhibition of materials, trials and tools along side finished works. The project is documented more fully on the research pages of the department of Art, Media and Design and London Metropolitan University: