Invisible Flock are Leeds-based artists driven by a desire to
invite people to re-imagine their everyday.
Their work draws from real life, often using technology to incite meaningful encounters, whether they take place online, on city streets, out at sea, in galleries or in empty spaces.
Invisible Flocks' work exists at the point at which it meets the audience; interactive work that is brought to life by taking part, walking, submitting, or co-creating it alongside the artists.
Invisible Flock are an organisation led by three artists
Ben Eaton, Victoria Pratt and Richard Warburton,
they work together from their studio in Leeds.
For more information about the full team click here
Invisible Flock are supported by East Street Arts, Live at LICA, Leeds City Council and Arts Council England
Invisible Flock 2013
To see what we are working on at the moment,
to explore our future projects and works that are available or currently going out as well as our archive click here
Bring the Happy 2012 : Mark Newton Photography
In 2014 we will be touring Bring the Happy
both in the UK and internationally
Find us in Exeter London Limerick and more
We are also developing three new pieces of work to premiere in 2015
If You Go Away - a multicity experience for mobile phones
Flock 21 - an epic live documentary about the network in which we all live
Second Line - a relentless outdoor celebration of life and death orchestrated around a repurposed ice-cream van
To stay up to date follow us on twitter
And catch our lates news and thougts over on the blog
Sea Of Voices 2012 : Victoria Pratt Photography
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Sand Pilot 2012 : Ian Hughes Photography
made by invisible flock