United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Robbie Coleman and Jo Hodges have a shared multidisciplinary public arts practice. Robbie Coleman has a background in sculpture and live art; project manages large-scale public arts projects and is Co- Director of the D-LUX light festival and co-curator The Environmental Arts Festival Scotland. Jo Hodges has a background in Human Ecology and social justice. Jointly their work investigates ecological and socio-cultural systems, processes and relationships, and explores new strategies for working in the public space.
"It was an empowering residency that helped us really engage with community on a grander scale." said by Mushi after residency in BCS. MUSHI is an artist-anthropologist concerned with the ‘we’. Working with other artists he believes what is most critical in any creation of an idea or work is the capacity to work together and jointly. Collaboration is his medium, developing a space that allows him to move beyond the differences in our inherited conditions.
Frances Rudgard is the Director of Programs & Operations for Cambodian Living Arts (CLA). Under her watch, CLA has also transitioned from working under a third party organisation, the Marion Institute, to becoming an independent organisation.
Luke Ramsay is an environmental scientist and low carbon energy assessor. He’s worked within the arts for the past four years – as Environmental Sustainability Manager at London-based Julie's Bicycle - helping organisations understand and reduce their environmental impacts.