TeaArtist, Lecturer / academic, Art therapist
Tea (Peter Hatton, Val Murray and Lynn Pilling) is a collaborative, critical, spatial practice which aims to make visible the intriguing and dynamic complexity of interactions between the built environment and people's activities over time. Our creative engagement with places uses installation, performance, video and publication to construct new narratives and reflections; a subtle read full statement
|Location||Manchester and Kent, North West|
|Activities||Higher education, Practice-based research, Residencies, Built environment, Public art|
|Artforms||Publication, Film & Video, Installation, Performance, Public Art|
|Tags||built environment, public, intervention, action research, place, regeneration, installation, history, layers, collaboration|
News & Events
Place Processing: Still Life After The Office.
video of the installation published at http://www.teaweb.org/Place_Processing.html
2014. Working with young people on the Isle of Sheppey to explore their relationship to the built environment and its possible futures. Part of a large scale multi-disciplinary project across UK.