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Groundwork is a collaboration between the Serpentine and WePresent. It explores the extensive research behind five artists’ proposals for Back To Earth, Serpentine’s multi-year project focused on instigating change in response to the climate crisis. Groundwork acts as a series of accessible mini-encyclopaedias with all the references artists use to develop a final artwork. They go behind-the-scenes on the research the artists have done as part of their project for Back to Earth, in a bid to reveal their processes and inform how the viewer might see the project as a whole when completed. It involves diving deep into the research of artists Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, Vivienne Westwood, Karrabing Film Collective, Himali Singh Soin and Tabita Rezaire.
The Ideas Report 2020
For the third annual Ideas Report, we asked 35,000 people how a global pandemic affected their creativity. Here, 5 artists reflect on how they made it through the year themselves...
A Manifesto by
Manifesto is a series on WePresent which invites activists and creatives with something to say to write 10 rules to live by, in order to help spread their message.
Reflection: WePresent x Samsung
In partnership with Samsung this specially commissioned three-part series explores how new ways of thinking and the right tools enabled the creative process of three photographers.
Work Sucks, I Know
In our series Work Sucks, I know, writers explore how jobs aren’t all they’re cracked up to be..
Literally is WePresent’s slowly expanding library of written commissions by some of the best writers in the world.
Lecture in Progress: Career Myths
Lecture in Progress debunk the myths around the creative industry, one stereotype at a time...
WePresent & Tate: Yes, but why?
Yes, but why? is a project by WePresent and Tate galleries to explain what makes some of world’s best artists so brilliant. Dive deep into the minds and lives of artists Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama, Lubaina Himid, Olafur Eliasson and Zanele Muholi.
WeTransfer x The World Press Photo Awards
Our partnership with the World Press Photo tells the stories behind the world's best photojournalism, in the photographers' own words.
From Brooklyn to Brazil, Now Playing showcases and celebrates four stations redefining the world of online radio.
King Krule & friends
A three-part series in which King Krule and his closest collaborators discuss how they turn his music into visual masterpieces.
WeTransfer x Worldwide FM
WeTransfer has partnered with Gilles Peterson and his radio station Worldwide FM since 2016. Together we've hosted exclusive interviews, live sessions and a podcast all about DJing.
Tools of the Trade
From printers to drum machines, three stories about creatve tools whose legacies continue to define the way we work.
Promoting photographic talent from under-represented groups. In 2018 we highlighted three image-makers over 50 whose work delights and inspires us.
The Pioneers 2018
Working with our pals at Lecture in Progress, we identified eight creative schools which are doing things differently.
Through the Prism of Pride
For Pride 2018 we told a set of stories from LGBTQ+ communities around the world, exploring how creativity is shaping the fight for acceptance and understanding.
Creative Minds Against Gun Violence
In solidarity with the March for Our Lives movement, we invited different creatives to contribute to the fight for gun reform.
WeTransfer Podcast Series
Our original audio series cover trust and photography, the creative minds of DJs and the best magazine writing around.
We Talk Music
We bring together musicians to explore their craft through specially-selected tracks and the stories that go with them.
How has the internet changed the way we define what's good? How's it changed the way we find new talent?
We Can Do It
Nelly ben Hayoun, one of our long time co-conspirators, introduces a set of creatives who embody her can-do attitude.
For Pride 2016, we worked with The Dots to showcase the next generation of LGBTQ creative talent making waves around the world.
This Worked 2016
Our review of the year looked at three trends which we saw shaping the creative world.