"an exchange of good gifts between strangers"


Kensington Palace: a happy marriage of arts and heritage ambition


On making work with audiences


SuperMe, Truth Specs, an award

SuperMe, Truth Specs, an award

Looking back over recent months there are a few projects we’ve meant to write about, but busyness has precluded those posts at the best of times. So here’s one post looking back at two related projects, both collaborations with Somethin’ Else in c…


Showing and Telling at the Dana Centre

Showing and Telling at the Dana Centre

If you’re a regular peruser of this blog, then you may have read about previous Show and Tell Salon in posts such as this one and this one. We describe these small events as open spaces for interesting conversations, sparked by short presentations…


Behind Crack the Code at the Dana Centre

Behind Crack the Code at the Dana Centre

Crack The Code was the first piece made under the name of Coney back in 2007. It was lovely that the Science Museum had enjoyed it so much that they seized the opportunity to bring it back. The original event had been the first commission where we…


Pay Attention. Pay Better Attention. And Then Pay No Attention At All.


The Loveliness Principle in Tasmania

The Loveliness Principle in Tasmania

The following are leaked extracts from a classified document detailing activities surrounding an operation known as The Loveliness Principle, happening in Junction Arts Festival in Launceston, Tasmania in August 2012. The gaps and spaces between ….


Coney at Playful 2012: Ce ci n'est pas a talk

Coney at Playful 2012: Ce ci n'est pas a talk

Playful is a conference all about ideas, games, people, fun and (of course) play. One day, 13 talks, loads of interesting people, gallons and gallons of tea, and many beards. This year it fell on Friday 19th October and the final of those 13 talks…


Coney's Rooms in The Good Neighbour at BAC

Coney's Rooms in The Good Neighbour at BAC

Down at Battersea Arts Centre hoards of children aged 0-97 are overrunning the building in their quest to find the forgotten story of George Neighbour. It’s getting fantastic reviews and all of us at Coney HQ are looking forward to heading down ne…