Seeking to go beyond the confines of institutional structures, Bad Bad Boys Club is an independent contemporary art organisation that supports artists in project-specific enterprises. Currently self-funded, BBBC abstains from the typical economy of the artist-led organisation. Founded in Rotterdam in 2005 by artists Steven Cairns and Andy Wake, BBBC works with artists and collaborative groups at various stages in their careers to facilitate the production of new work in a range of environments. It supports artist residencies and collaborates on curatorial projects with other organisations. Running parallel to its ongoing programme, BBBC is producing a publishing portfolio comprising visual, audio and textual research in relation to its exhibition programme and those of associated artist organisations. Recent projects include: Conal McStravick, as BBBC's artist-in-residence; and a screening featuring work by Luke Fowler and Henry VIII's Wives.