with Barnaby Tydeman
Barnaby is a poet, photographer and project-based artist interested in the social layers of landscapes, along with social history / memory. He is particularly interested in Bronze Age cities and social architecture of the twentieth century, along with ways in which humanity have adapted social constructs in response to major challenges such as climate change.
Barnaby will be using his time at GreatArt to work on a current project which concerns the reconstruction of lost cities through collective memory. He will create drawings, blueprints and maps of such cities, using texts (diaries, travelogues, myths) as guides. He will also work in found material such as photographs, and artefacts,
You can learn more about Barnaby’s work and past projects here: barnabytydeman.com and visit him in our front of house area throughout the weekend.
This residency has been organised in partnership with Hundred Years Gallery which is only a short walk from GreatArt at 13 Pearson Street, E2 8JD