Redux opened on Commercial Street, London, in November 2003 with two projects by Giorgio Sadotti. Its remit was to re-present works that may have been overlooked in the ten-year period since the London art scene has been the focus of international media attention. Inviting a new generation of artists and curators to present projects, Redux offered a space for thinking about the construction of myth. Projects with the likes of Peter Suchin, Urban Drift and Shezad Dawood extended the invitation to curators and critics, while off-site projects included: Zoo Art Fair, London; Magazin 4, Bregenz, Austria; and Utopia Display Platform, NABA, Milan. Publications such as Transmission and Slimvolume were launched, complementing the exhibitions programme curated by Peter Lewis and Makiko Nagaya at Commercial Street until 2006. Redux Projects is currently in preparation to become the London base of the MA Curating Contemporary Art Programme, Leeds Metropolitan University, starting October 2008, and operates as an office and online project until that date.