Originating at Kingston School of Art’s Contemporary Art Research Centre in 2014, We Are Publication has gone on to become an independent artists’ group that tests innovative forms of contemporary art publishing. In flux and iterative, the group’s configuration as well as its outputs, signal divergent approaches to jointly conducted research. We Are Publication has produced speculative publications including a radio broadcast and vinyl record Diagram of an Hour (Resonance FM, London, 2016, Curved Pressing, 2017); a handmade rug Notes on a Carpet (Five Years, London, Focal Point Gallery’s Unit Twenty-One, Southend-on- Sea and the London Art Book Fair, Whitechapel Gallery 2017–2018); the exhibition We.Are.Cut.Up. (Pratt Institute, New York and Radiophrenia, CCA Glasgow 2019); and t h e H O L D took place at the Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston, an exhibition accompanied by a series of live events. Recent video work, Placement does not explain, but cultivates a September garden formed part of London’s Camden Arts Centre, Public Knowledgeprogramme in September 2020. 

Core Collaborators: Jonathan Allen, Rachel Cattle, Jenna Collins, Volker Eichelmann, John Hughes, Christian Newby and Andrea Stokes. 




JOAN publishing

JOAN is an independent publisher of contemporary interdisciplinary writing, supporting feminist, queer, and idiosyncratic voices, and innovative fictions.


Audio circulars of experiemntal sonic art

Kingston School of Art


KOKO Journal

KOKO is the next generation online journal for the Shared Campus. It is an independent academic publication dedicated to the investigation of theories and practices of alternative knowledge systems that explore the relations between media and expression, time and space. 

Camden Art Centre

Camden Art Centre, Arkwright Road, London,UK

Black Tower Projects

Black Tower is a project space and artist studio provider in Sydenham, South London. Since 2017 we have been running a public programme of exhibitions and events that incorporate live music, performance, film screenings and workshops.


Five Years is an artist-run organisation. Founded in 1998, Five Years’ initial aim was to set up a gallery which was artist-run and where programming would maintain a direct relationship to practice. Five Years continues to develop this aim of maintaining close links between the production and exhibition of work, and the discourse which informs it.

Stanley Picker Gallery

Stanley Picker Gallery at Kingston University is one of the leading university galleries and commissioning venues in the UK, working with artists, designers, students, academics and members of the local community to encourage creativity, learning, research and innovation.

Cement Fields 

Cement Fields is a visual art organisation working collaboratively with artists and communities to create ambitious new art along the Thames Estuary in North Kent.

The DeKalb Gallery

The DeKalb Gallery supports exhibitions by students, faculty, and alumni at the Pratt School of Fine Art, New York, USA


RADIOPHRENIA is a temporary art radio station broadcasting intermittently from the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow.


We are a live arts venue, exhibition space and café located on Southend seafront.