In May 2013 during the opening of the exhibition Sentient City I met with Tom Wolseley artist and curator of Architrope and Cabin-et project space , a shipping container installed inside Fairchild’s Garden in Hackney. We had a very insightful chat about his practice and interest in the stories and identities found in the urban landscape. A few months later we met again at the LCC’s coffee shop to re-enact the conversation and record an interview for Sensing Cities. In the sixth installment of the show, we talk among other topics about Tom’s use of the term “Transitional Spaces” in his work, Cabin-net project space as well as sound and community.
The show will be broadcast on Tuesday 3rd of September 2013 at 7:30pm to 8pm @ Resonance FM.
About Tom Wolseley
TOM WOLSELEY BA, MA, is an artist and director of Architrope, an organisation formed to explore ‘Transitional Spaces’, based in Cabin-et, a converted shipping container in an urban park in Hackney, London. His work uses installation and collaboration to explore our desire for identification in the physical landscape around us. He has studied fine art at Prarhan, Melbourne, BA at Wimbledon School of Art, London, completing an MA in fine art at Chelsea in 2004 and has exhibited internationally since 1995. Since 2008 his work has been based around Cabin-et, an ongoing installation of projects, currently Sentient City.
More information: architrope.com