With Joe Robinson XL anything can be in the mix to create interesting and effective results – turning passions into cultural work with unique exhibitions and activities.
“STARS WARS AND ME”
The exhibition includes a vast range of memorabilia from the early Star Wars films as well as a wide range of contemporary items from other science fiction cinema and television. The exhibition has gone on show twice attracting huge audiences.
Other event and theatre skills are also drawn down to help create special public events and interactive activities to support the exhibition work – including a documentary film. The memorabilia exhibition is reinforced by a display of personal artwork, inspired by the theme, which gives an additional edge to the experience.
Concept and curation of a community exhibition reflecting generations of toys from the 1950s to the 2000s. Based in the London Borough of Enfield the current exhibition also celebrates the famous ‘Matchbox’ toy brand which started in the district.
The project has partnered with a number of collectors, toy shops and websites to create links across the wider community. The resulting exhibition has been very successful, particularly with drawing in cross generational audiences.
A number of similar ‘popular culture’ initiatives are under development, some theme based and others relating to particular brands of memorabilia – are you old enough to remember rub-down Action Transfers?