Initiated in 2016 as an incentive to get local creatives together and create a public piece of art under the flyover as a solution to brightening up the dark and heavily polluted underpass area in North Kensington. Permission has been granted to curate a public art gallery across the 23 acres of the Westway flyover W10, London. The successfully crowdfunded project has been divided into 3 phases including planning, production and launch over 18 months installing collaborative works of art from the community

Following an open consultation in Portobello in autumn 2017, we gathered feedback from our community; residents, local pupils and businesses on their biggest concerns of the flyover area


Our local councillor bevan powell and deputy mayor Benazhir Lasharie gave us some great advice about engaging with our local area and some history of the area as long time residents

With the support of the Westway Trust we liaised with TFL and RBKC to meet policies and requirement standards + then collectively ran a successful public crowdfunding campaign with spacehive to support the launch of the project for 2018


We need to use more of our community space for arts, public realms should be public property, power to the artist

Malcom Vincent, W10