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Frequencies Institute

Frequencies Institute is a space for encounter, research and engagement with and about Frequencies as well as the home of Frequencies archive, a long term arts project conceived and founded by artist Oscar Murillo in 2013 and developed over a decade in collaboration with political scientist Clara Dublanc. The unique archive produced by young people around the world has grown to house 40,000 canvases created by 100,000 children from 350 different schools in 34 different countries.

Frequencies Institute works to facilitate interaction with the archive through different approaches: photographic digitisation of the canvases and its analysis; commissioning academic research focusing on the collection; promoting art education for young people; working on publishing projects; collaborating in  exhibitions; developing projects with the network of participating schools and encouraging engagement through our public programme.