Katy BeinartArtist, Writer, Lecturer / academic, Researcher, Gallery educator
My practice is interdisciplinary, combining elements of art and architecture. I trained as an architect at the Bartlett, University College, London and Oxford Brookes and have been a practicing artist for 10 years. I work across media including installation, sculpture, photography, film, drawing, performance and public art. My work has been shown in galleries in the UK and abroad and I have made public art works around the UK. I have also made performance works individually and collaboratively most recently for the 3rd Ghetto biennale.
|Location||London & Brighton, South East|
|Activities||Further education, Lecturing, Practice-based research, Art historical research, Residencies, Workshops, Learning programmes, Built environment, Community arts, Community consultation, Participatory projects, Public art, Private commissions, Critical writing, Creative writing, Gallery education, Visual arts consultancy, Film-making|
|Artforms / type of project||Architecture, Film & Video, Installation, Photography, Public Art|
|Tags||participatory, identity, Public art, Migration, Memory, Mapping, Archive, Family History, Narrative, Ritual|
News & Events
27/02/2015 – 28/02/2015
University of Westminster
A conference and exhibition, Re-imagining Rurality asks spatial practitioners, writers and artists to consider designs, representations and experiences of rurality as sites of resistance and change.
Biddulph Grange Garden commission
I am working on a new commission with Rebecca Beinart, for Biddulph Grange Garden, a national trust garden in Staffordshire. We're developing new artworks based on Victorian plant explorers.