Seeds of Hope

Church Window Mask

On display until Monday 24 June

‘The Seeds of Hope’ is a citywide intervention by British conceptual artist Kate Daudy in support of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.

Drawing an analogy between seeds and people, ephemeral flowers grow and flourish out of cracks in the wall on street corners, public landmarks – including St James’s – and small businesses. The project calls to mind the oneness of humanity and the fact that we are all connected.

Kate Daudy is a British conceptual artist best known for her public interventions and large-scale sculpture. Working across a variety of media, she lives and works in London, UK, and has exhibited worldwide. She is a Fellow of Columbia University at their Institute of Ideas and Imagination.

Click here more information about The Seeds of Hope project and interviews with refugees and asylum seekers.