Susanne Kudielka and Kaspar Wimberley work internationally as interventionists and performance researchers specialising in site-specific and site-responsive art, alternative strategies for audience interaction and new forms of artistic collaboration. Recent collaborations have involved dog owners, bakers, landlords, bikers, gardeners, fishermen, children, young people, homeless people and asylum seekers.
The artistic process usually begins with a given site, and a process of observation and dialogue that analyses, and eventually responds, to the architectural, socio-political, geographical, mythological, connotative and historical narratives that can be found there.
Projects have been described as an invitation to take part in something, and usually incorporate some form of growing archive, in which the documentation of the project is part of the experience. Projects are quietly subversive, playfully readjusting the narrative and appreciation of a particular activity or a given site. The working process often involves those that live in an area, and aims to be accessible and relevant.