London-based artist collective XAP have been collaborating since 2007.
Their cross-disciplinary practice integrates performance, traditional art media and new technologies, to tackle contemporary social, political and cultural issues. Their projects frequently go beyond the gallery – out into woodland, parkland and urban public spaces.
To provide a richer experience for blind and visually impaired audiences, XAP artists have been trained in audio description techniques by VocalEyes.
The artists met while studying Fine Art at Central Saint Martins; XAP members have gone on to MAs at the Royal College of Art, Goldsmiths, Newcastle University, and City and Guilds of London Art School.