TeaArtist, Lecturer / academic, Art therapist
Concepts Tea aims to represent the dynamic complexity of interactions between the built environment and people's activities, memories and imagination This is a collaborative, critical, spatial practice that draws on a range of perspectives (professional and personal) that supplement the core team of Peter Hatton, Val Murray and Lynn Pilling. Architecture/urban environment, culture, history, anthropology read full statement
|Location||Manchester and Kent, North West|
|Activities||Higher education, Practice-based research, Residencies, Built environment, Participatory projects, Public art|
|Artforms||Project, Publication, Film & Video, 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.
March 13th 6-9. Federation House, Balloon Street, Manchester. Viewing, tea and cakes. Evolving Installation in former Coop drapery warehouse and offices, pre regeneration.
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.