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A week long interactive installation of paper boats with illustrated sails made by the public and added to a huge fabric river Thames on the floor of the Cutty Sark in October 2016
A week long interactive installation of paper boats with illustrated sails made by the public and added to a huge fabric river Thames on the floor of the Cutty Sark in October 2016
A week long interactive installation of paper boats with illustrated sails made by the public and added to a huge fabric river Thames on the floor of the Cutty Sark in October 2016
A week long interactive installation of paper boats with illustrated sails made by the public and added to a huge fabric river Thames on the floor of the Cutty Sark in October 2016
A week long interactive installation at The Cutty Sark, Greenwich in October 2016 with Story Spinner.

A week long interactive installation at The Cutty Sark, Greenwich for the Story Spinner storytelling festival 2016. Visitors made paper boats and decorated the sails with illustrations. The boats were added to a fabric River Thames under the ship's hull. 

A giant floor-map of the world made of plasticine , which formed an interactive art work at the Story Spinner festival 2015 at the V&A Museum of Childhood. Children and their families drew pictures from stories from around the world on flags and added the flags to the map throughout the weekend event.