I was lucky enough to be invited to take part in Six Heads second experiential exploration on the flying trapeze. The event was intended to help us explore how we address change, both organisationally and personally… it’s the joy that sticks with you. The joy that comes of asking your body to do something that your brain thinks is a bad idea, and it does it anyway.
Apsara, is the most recent sculpture to be created for the Marine Foundation’s Living sculptures in the sea program; an on-going series of permanent underwater art installations which address coral reef degradation and raises awareness of the pressing need to protect the health of the oceans. The interactive sculptures combine innovative theories of coral gardening, artificial reef, fish habitation and coral stabilisation whereby serving two functions; to look stunning and restore damaged marine eco-systems; facilitating eco-tourism and sustainable sources of income for the local communities.
6Heads invite you to join us for our second year of experiential exploration of liminal space on the flying trapeze We will examine the rationality of our individual and organisational […]
Inspiration can strike at the strangest of times. Tonight I’m delighted to post a guest blog written by Oscar Rodriguez, Director,Architect and founder of Architecture & food. Originally I asked […]
A guest blog from Matthew Phillips, or as we now like to call him “Climate Gentleman” I recently had the pleasure of attending 6-Heads’ Sustainability Film Night. Sheltered in the […]
Unilever have been a clear leader in sustainability with their ambition and actions against their Sustainable Living Plan and have just started their first consumer-facing corporate brand campaign around this, […]