Clik Clik is Kate Cox, an arts producer/director and a practicing visual and performance artist for over 20 years with experience in arts management and production since 2010.
Its called Clik Clik Collective, because a bulk of the work produced brings together freelance artists, performers, and members of the public who will make each individual piece of work come alive, becoming more of an immersive experience. Other solo work from Clik Clik would include walkabout performance, childrens arts sessions and promoting live music events.
Providing a vibrant mix of unique creative entertainment for all kinds of events, both indoor and out, Clik Clik creates immersive installations, interactive photo booths, pop-ups, performances, processions, children’s projects, bespoke and themed events and larger scale productions.
A Brief History:
Performing under different guises at festivals since 2007, the name Clik Clik Collective was initially co-created with Worcester based artist and musician Richard Clarke in 2010 to provide pop up exhibitions. Clik Clik Collective curated galleries and art fairs in Worcestershire celebrating local and national artists while Kate continued to persue a passion for an unusual mix of walkabout performance at festivals.
In 2013, Kate went solo with Clik Clik producing two projects; the first commissioned several immersive artists in a sound based experience called ‘Soundabout’; the second collaborated with the band Collective 43 and to create the ‘Voodoo Funeral March Procession’ for the Worcester Victorian Fair.
Clik Clik now produces unique immersive installations and experiences for many festivals and events nationwide, and has worked with artists, performers and musicians including Phil Capas Wilkins, Spare Room Arts, Collective Unconscious, Heather Wastie, Sam Underwood, Dan Bramhall, Scarlett O Sparkle, Worcester Theatre Makers, Dancefest and more……
Taking the arts to the people, encouraging everyone to get creative, experience something different and most importantly, have fun.