Rooting the work in her home region and hosting city, Bennett pays homage to the pioneering Blk Art Group and its legacy and influence on the art scene and her practice more personally.

Bennett's multifaceted work will comprise of local gatherings, photographic public billboards and a short film displayed on digital live sites across Wolverhampton, Coventry and Birmingham. 

Feeding into the film and photographic billboards will be a series of intergenerational community gatherings, a core element of the artist's broader practice.

These gatherings aim to bring local groups together to discuss themes around Commonwealth, colonialism and race, intersecting with the work and archive of the Blk Art Group. These groups, the discourse and ideas generated are a catalyst to support and inform the narrative for the stills and film.

This three-strand commission will culminate in a festival co-curated by the gatherings' participants and the artist, offering an opportunity to watch the film together and celebrate. Stills from the film will be presented on billboards in locations across Birmingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton for four weeks.