What We Do
Colliding Lines are a nonprofit publisher and production house dedicated to experimental literature, audio and performance. We produce high quality collaborative projects crossing artistic disciplines, and support creative practitioners to take creative risks.
Our work has included typographically reimagined poetry, radio shows, spoken word dance improvisation, live scores to short animations, solo piano records, and interactive poetry boxsets. We believe in the power of challenging situations and new collaboration to catalyse great performances and exciting art. We want this to be presented to audiences in the best possible way — as limited edition art objects, lovingly curated series or atmospheric live events.
Who We Are
Colliding Lines was founded by Wesley Freeman-Smith, is designed by Angharad Hengyu Owen and run by a talented team of behind-the-scenes creatives, busily working on new projects as we speak. We are a nonprofit group, fuelled almost entirely by coffee, love and tenacity (in that order).
We are currently not accepting unsolicited project proposals, though please do keep an eye on our call out page for opportunities to get involved.