TeaArtist, Lecturer / academic, Art therapist
Tea (Peter Hatton, Val Murray and Lynn Pilling) is a collaborative, critical, spatial, practice which makes visible and reconfigures the intriguing and dynamic complexity of the interweaving of the built environment and people's lives, past, present and future.
|Location||Manchester and Kent, North West|
|Activities||Practice-based research, Residencies, Built environment, Public art|
|Artforms / type of project||Book Works, Film & Video, Installation, Intervention, Performance|
|Tags||place, installation, collaboration, temporary, built environment, history, humour, site specific, found objects, narratives|
News & Events
City as Theatre (Working Title)
Currently working on recording a series of interventions which reconceive the Chapel Street / River Irwell area of Salford / Manchester.
Atmospheres Conference, Manchester
Tea has been invited to show the two Place Processing videos at the Atmospheres Conference organised by the Morgan Centre of Research into Everyday Lives.
'Leaving' shown in 51zero festival touring to France.
Tea's video Leaving about the closure of Manchester's 'Toast Rack' has been shown in 51zero/festival and tours to Lens in France. http://www.teaweb.org/leaving-2.html
Refreshed Tea website available to view including latest projects www.teaweb.org