ESRC exhibition, UK
ESRC exhibition, UK
Economic and Social Research Council, Sheffield University
2015 - 2018
"Remembering Baby" exhibition with Sheffield University funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) which was awarded Outstanding Societal Impact Prize.
Working within public and private healthcare; individually or collaboratively to achieve engaging and novel interpretative creative output from research and to aid dissemination of research within the project’s objectives. We have a great creative infrastructure/network and are flexible to evolve as the project evolves.
- lead artist
art direction and steering group member
exhibition team (secondary artist, designer, PR, copywriter)
exhibition team with research team
production team (printers, framers, fabricators)
London exhibition venue
exhibition components and overall exhibition design (website, printed, sound and video)
photography/x-rays for design/marketing/social media and PR
video for exhibition displays
signage media devices for video displays
deliver workshops, talks, evaluation, interviews and exhibitions
This project also achieved wide reaching PR/Press inc a Radio4 interview with Andrew Bomford
"Art as a vehicle" - talking to the artists behind the Remembering Baby
exhibition | Sands - Stillbirth and neonatal death charity
The Remembering Baby: Life, Loss and Post-Mortem exhibition is inspired by a research project currently taking place at the University of Sheffield. Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), this project aims to understand how parent…
Dr Kate Reed (Project Lead), Dr Julie Ellis (Research Associate) and Dr Elspeth Whitby (Project Co-Investigator) from The University of Sheffield have worked with British Institute of Radiology artist in residence, Hugh Turvey HonFRPS to put together the exhibition. They have teamed up with sound artist Justin Wiggan to develop his Life Echo work as part of the exhibition.