Caitlin is a practice-led researcher who is interested in landscapes as rich sites for narratives to be read, unearthed and situated. She works across studio practice and field research as she explores the spatial potential of narratives.
Alongside her role as Resident Visual Artist at Sense, Caitlin has founded an artist led workshop and studio space in Birmingham called South Birmingham Works which is now home to twelve resident artists. Caitlin also continues to embed her practice-led research through various lecturing roles she undertakes at Birmingham School of Art and Coventry university – working across Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses.
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Lives: Birmingham, UK
Themes: Landscapes, narrative, fieldwork
Media: Caitlin is an interdisciplinary practitioner who works across analogue photography and film, script writing, audio, publishing and experimental approaches to drawing.