All Projects

Weather Station – 2015/16

Weather Station (Part I & II) was initiated by Simon Lee Dicker and produced by OSR Projects during 2015 and 2016. An artist-led response to flooding and extreme weather […]

Red Sky in the Morning – 2015

Exploring ideas of separation and human vulnerability in the shadow of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami this installation was first exhibited in 2015 […]

Ropewalker – 2015

Responding to the architecture and social history of Dawe’s Twineworks, West Coker, Simon walked twelve miles up and down the 100-yard long ropewalk […]

Unearthed – 2015

Unearthed (A seed that came back with me from a walk whilst thinking about Dawes’ Twineworks) is one of a series of 7 drawings […]

Prelude (IIIV) – 2014/15

Series of 21 drawings of moss and lichen covered sticks made when I was unsure as to what I should be working on. […]

After the sky fell in (#3) 2013

“… Series of 3 drawings of a broken gazebo that became a sculpture, filled my studio with ants, and my head with that sinking feeling that nothing is original.” […]

Pretty Vacant – 2012

Simon Lee Dicker and students from Yeovil College Music Department (+ Special Guests) take over 8 vacant shops in Yeovil Town centre […]

MM – 2012

Created from the most appropriate object in the studio for casting a shadow onto the artist’s eyes. […]

Pablo, Sarah, Peter & David – 2012

Sculptural Installation inspired by the former life of the OSR Project Space that had been a place of learning, meeting and gathering for over 160 years. […]

The way to work – 2011

More than just a vehicle, Smudger’s Bike is a collection of found and donated objects that have been brought together over years to create a moving museum of the stuff […]

New Red Assembly (After Brian Rice) – 2011

Series of seven digital prints placed on a ‘no entry’ sign over a 4 week period. Representations of the sun appropriated from the internet allowing us to view one of […]

Escape from the Blackdown Hills

After finding the centre of Blackdown Hills ANOB (area of outstanding natural beauty), I completed eight ‘escapes’ on foot, […]

Landlines – 2004

Landlines used the invisible geographical lines of the British National Grid, superimposed on to the surface of Gunpowder Park, […]