WRIGHTS & SITES SATELITTE PROJECT TEAM

SIGNS & WONDERS is the result of the work of a diverse creative team, featuring members of Exeter's Wrights & Sites as well as makers, sculptors and designers. Here's your chance to meet them!

WRIGHTS & SITES

Wrights & Sites is a group of artist-researchers committed to producing experimental, site-specific work across a range of media. Collectively, they aim to explore and celebrate space and place through site-specific performance, Mis-Guided Tours & publications, mythogeographic mapping and public presentations.

Visit www.mis-guide.com

KATIE ETHERIDGE

Katie Etheridge is an artist working across live and mediated art forms to investigate the interrelationships between people and places, and artists and audiences, through public interventions, encounters and performances.

HELEN HOCKIN

Helen Hockin is an artist working in Lewes in Sussex, although her grandfather was born in Bacup. The materials and pigments she uses for her artworks are gathered from nature, and assembled to represent something ancient. Helen uses reconstructive archaeology to get a feel for how our ancestors handled materials. She has made the WRIGHTS & SITES feet tokens.

Visit www.helenhockin.blogspot.co.uk

IAN REVELEY

Based on the Dartmoor, Ian Reveley designs and makes contemporary furniture and lighting. Recently he graduated from University of Plymouth with a 1st Class BA(Hons). He creates pieces for contemporary craft fairs, exhibitions and for private commissions. Ian continues to develop new designs to add to his collection. He has made the SIGNS & WONDERS Portable Museum & Bookshop and the Wood & Leather Backpacks

Visit www.ianreveley.co.uk

TONY WEAVER

Tony Weaver is an Exeter based Designer from a Fine Art Sculpture background. His flexibility of approach has involved him in a variety of creative and collaborative projects from Architecture to Graphics. He has also designed publications and other artworks for Wrights & Sites including A Mis-Guide to Anywhere (2006). He has designed the SIGNS & WONDERS pamphlet.

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