Cromer Street Mural by Mohammed Ali
This wall art explores stories of journey, arrival and hope by people making Cromer Street their home. It was made by aerosol artist Mohammed Ali who worked with residents to reveal stories from the neighbourhood.
You can experience this artwork in augmented reality by downloading the Camden People’s Museum app which will launch on the 13th of October. You will hear the voices of Cromer Street residents, sharing their experiences of living in Camden.
Mohammed Ali is a British-born internationally acclaimed aerosol artist working across the world. His work attempts to build bridges between different communities.
This artwork was commissioned by The Bloomsbury Festival 2019 One Square Mile Project, funded by Arts Council England. The augmented reality was commissioned by Camden Alive and forms part of the Camden People’s Museum.
Camden Alive is a programme of arts and cultural events that celebrates the people of Camden. Camden Alive is part of the Mayor’s London Borough of Culture and is a Mayor’s Cultural Impact Award winner.