Iain Broadley’s practice explores the narratives and life stories through which personal identities are produced. His artworks, which are predominantly collaborative in nature, seek to bring people together through creativity and common interest, and to promote the idea of community. He is strongly influenced by a concern with individual agency and a desire for social change, and the artwork itself is located within the social interaction and personal experiences engendered by his projects. The art he produces lies not in the final product but in the act of its production. Sometimes the intervention is his intention; sometimes he merely documents an organised event or gathering as a record of events that have brought people together under a common theme.
Click here to visit the page for Iain Broadley’s project The Black Parade.