I’m very privileged to have worked on several projects organised by The Poly-Technic, the name given to the collaborative art practice of Steve Pool and Kate Genever. The Poly-Technic aims to bring people together to think around the intersection between art, places, research and doing. It is a pragmatic way of art being in the world, and explores how knowledge is found in people and places, as well as books and the internet. View poly-technic.co.uk.
Additional work with Steve and Kate through other projects: I received a bursary from The Collaborators to use a large-format projector as part of a public event at White Cloth Gallery (March 2013); and participated in ‘Ways of Knowing in Collaborative and Participatory Research’ symposium held at Holy Trinity Church, Leeds, and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Connected Communities programme (January 2014).
Future – I Love You – Residency at Barmoor Country House in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, February 2014