Reflecting on my time at an artist digital development programme, using arts and technology to create collaborative workshops and an update on my Luton People and Place workshops.Read More
What would Luton look like if it were human? What would an urban place, demolished, rebuilt, simultaneously ridiculed and loved, look like...how would we come to decide? As part of an outreach project I worked with local sixth form students and the University of Bedfordshire's school of Psychology to explore these questions and create an image which represents their view of Luton's identity.Read More
A look at the outreach project I undertook with local young people to transform their T+ Library space....can projects like this really work to create a lasting sense of civic pride and shared identity within local communities?....Read More
A view on Luton and our sense of place, and a brief summary of the People and Place workshops I am developing in order for local people to enhance their connection to local places through visual arts.Read More
A look at the work created for Demo week 2017 and the walking workshop I am developing to connect people to place.Read More
At the end of my last blog I asked the internet some questions...and so the internet replied!Read More
I am Sophie Gresswell, a visual artist from Luton who lives and practices in the town. I create large portraits exploring distortion and representation. My project is based on exploring these themes using urban spaces around Luton!