Based in Leeds, Bethan’s work explores the meeting of the 2D and the 3D, bringing together the digital and the physical. She uses 3D visualisation software to craft objects and environments which then undergo a process of translation as they migrate away from the screen (2D) and manifest as installations comprising of sculpture, audio-visual media and print (3D).
For Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019, Bethan worked with John Jamieson School. This project focused on the tactility and materiality of sculpture, working with disabled children from across Leeds to explore the sensory elements of installation art.
Yorkshire Sculpture International has an extensive engagement programme, spanning education, community collaborations and artist support.
We explore sculpture with people of all ages, connecting them with the materials and processes used in making sculpture today and showing how sculpture can be found all around us. We are currently working with a group of 25 artists across Yorkshire as part of our 2022 Sculpture Network.
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