GIANT BOMB is a collaborative project by Shiri Shalmy (b. 1976) and Lucian Shalmy-Freeman (b. 2005).

Shiri Shalmy used to be ‘an independent curator with extensive experience of developing contemporary art exhibitions and projects nationally and internationally, working across art form with public cultural organisations’.

Lucian Shalmy-Freeman is a 12 year old kid.

GIANT BOMB develop their work through a complex reward-based negotiation process.
While aiming to examine the possibilities and limitations of narrative creation within a non-hierarchical intergenerational artistic collaboration, they also try to stick to a more or less reasonable bedtime and not too much time spent playing computer games or checking their phone.
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Here is a little interview we did with McGilvary/White as part of their White Pube residency in 2017