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Interview by East London Radio

LISTEN to our interview made by East London Radio during Hackney Wick takeover at Victoria and Albert Museum

V&A Late Friday – Hackney Wick Takeover


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We will be at the V&A, London
Friday 28 February from 18:30 to 22:00
Sculpture, Room 20

Hackney Wick’s creatives are invited to perform at the V&A this friday. Foxtrot is proud to present Hackney Wick parody souvenir shop, a critique on the branding of Hackney Wick as a cultural tourist attraction by some developers. Form your own perspective about the area by discovering local symbols masked as souvenirs.

 More infos here



What is the future of Architecture ?



The future of architecture is a participatory book project, initiated by Crap is Good. The book, consisting of 53 very different takes on the same question – ‘What is the future of architecture?’  The answer can be a text or essay, a single image, a series of photographs, drawings, a short story, it can be symbolic or poetic, rational or fiction but relevant nontheless. Foxtrot submitted a multi answer based on its multidisciplinary approach. Proposal was successful and now part of the 2013 edition !

You can buy it or have more infos here

The Wick newspaper


We are featured in the last The Wick newspaper with an article titled “From Observation to (re)action” and Sophie’s pastel.

More infos here


Fête Lamaze

Retour en video sur la fete Lamaze – A short report about Fete Lamaze

Saint Denis – Work in progress

We’re currently working on a new project in Saint-Denis
More infos here and here

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The Word Magazine

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The Word magazine just made of list of best art spaces in Belgium, De La Charge is a 5th position with some views of our -Coming Out- exhibition we made out there last may.

Anna Aubry at UEL

Anna Aubry was part of the conference Olympic Legacies: International Conference: Impacts of Mega-events on citites organised by UEL
collaboration with Petra Havelska (communicator and enabler,


The London based Foxtrot Collective takes its name from the international maritime signal flag, the definition: “I am disabled; communicate with me.” This reflects a desire to interact with the mind of others who benefit from creating common experience. The collective consists of four local creatives coming from distinct disciplines of urbanism/design/photography/art, who value the types of cross-examined knowledge arising from interdisciplinarity. Our collective built itself spontaneously as we felt the need to individually explore our own field and collectively express something about our environement.

  • Anna Aubry
  • Sophie de Bayser
  • Matthieu Becker
    Graphic Designer
  • Elsa Seignol


We are always interested in new ideas so please do not hesitate to contact us!

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