Jupiter Woods is a non-profit art organisation and local community growing project based in South East London.

Our activity is rooted in developing and experimenting with different methods of working and organising, and in alternative formats for the production and presentation of research within creative practice. We prioritise slow-paced production, collaboration and active engagement as forms of instituting.

Since 2014 we have worked as an exhibition space, residency programme, research and studio facility located in a domestic setting, with a focus on discursive events, solo exhibitions and publishing.

In 2022 Jupiter Woods closed its indoor premises in Rollins Street, London and started to collaborate with local organisation Grow Lewisham in creating outdoor growing spaces for the local communities. Throughout the year we have run activities with our neighbours to begin designing these spaces as well as collaborative programmes. If you live close by and would like to know more or discuss ideas related to the garden, please do get in touch!

JW continues to work with artists and creative practitioners and we are interested in creating partnerships with arts organisations and cultural workers. While we do not have the capacity to host exhibitions and events at the moment, we are keen to hear from you about potential partnerships and collaboration opportunities.

Please email info@jupiterwoods.com for more information.


Jupiter Woods was established in early 2014 by Hanna Laura Kaljo, Lucy Lopez, Carolina Ongaro, Barnie Page, Cory Scozzari and Emma Siemens-Adolphe, with an exhibition space and residency facility in a domestic setting.

Since 2018 JW has been co-run by Carolina Ongaro and Katie Simpson.

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