UHC collaborated with staff and students from the School of Geography at the University of Leeds, on a residency focused primarily on propagandising new creative, grassroots alternatives to the neoliberal enclosure of cities.
The residency was artist led and design focused facilitating a process of deep engagement and collaboration. The outcome was the Leeds Plan B manifesto; a 13 point sustainability plan for the city.
The manifesto was displayed as an online interactive forum and hand-printed onto bags of compost by the participants. This was distributed to hundreds of passers-by in Leeds city centre.
In partnership with University of Leeds Supported by The Leverhulme Trust