Experiments in Household Knowledge are series of collaborations
with East London ecological and environmental innovators. The
project explores and showcases unusual and inventive ways of making
and experimenting. From new gardening techniques to alternative
forms of energy production or innovative recycling methods,
Sharing, collaborating and making public a range of unique and
often self taught skills that operate outside of sanctioned
knowledge, through walks, talks and hands on workshops.
Experiments in Household Knowledge is commissioned by the London
Legacy Development Corporation anticipating the opening of Timber
Lodge — a new community facility in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The project is also part of R-Urban, a long term project
establishing practices and networks of urban resilience supported
by the EU Life+ programme on environmental governance.