Jennifer Farmer, another garden (will be our city), at Toynbee Studios (12 Sep 2021)

Jennifer Farmer (Unit 5, Studio 5-223) has co-created another garden (will be our city) as part of What Shall We Build Here, Artsadmin’s festival of art, climate and community.

"conjuring a present future where the ancestral wisdom of the African diaspora + the Black ecowomanism’s intersectional understanding of environmental + social justice are set to the beat of raging joy, this immersive installation is inspired by the dream(ing) field lab’s june retreat in rural somerset, where an intergenerational gathering of Black women + femmes danced freely under the stars, honoured ancestral ecologies + co-created a sanctuary in which to offer and receive nourishment from each other + the earth." - text courtesy Artsadmin.

This project is a Common Ground commission as part of Season for Change, a UK-wide cultural programme inspiring urgent and inclusive action on climate change, delivered in partnership by Artsadmin and Julie’s Bicycle.

another garden (will be our city) is open Sunday 12 September, 12-4pm, with booking slots available every hour.

Booking is £5 + free companion, carer or personal assistant tickets. If the ticket price is a barrier for you, please contact for a free ticket.

Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial Street, London, E1 6AB. To book your visit go to

Image: the dream(ing) field lab, photo Flannery Miller, courtesy Artsadmin, 2021.