Sally Booth

I Think, I See

2009

Over the course of three days artist Sally Booth invited over 1,000 visitors to collaborate in outdoor studios and draw a series of panoramas of the Southbank Centre. Participants were also encouraged to take inspiration from their memories of visiting Walking in My Mind at the Hayward Gallery.

Through this project people of all ages connected together to tell the story of the art, architecture and people that collide and interact across the Southbank Centre every day.

Artist and filmmaker Carl Stevenson documented one day in the studio series.

I Think, I See was part of a series of projects in response to Walking in My Mind at the Hayward Gallery by Southbank Centre’s Learning and Participation Programme, organised by myself as Participation Producer.

This project was realised with support from Central Saint Martin’s MA Fine Art students.

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