As part of the Cardiff Contemporary 2014 I was invited to take part in a micro residency at The Beuys Pavilion, a temporary sculpture and place for public engagement between artists, designers, architects and the general public. The aim of the residency was to explore a spatial framework for the city which I chose to do by visualising memories and experiences of Cardiff as they were given to me from people passing by. The illustrations were created on site over five days and they engaged a variety of people from students and teenagers to hotel workers and the homeless. The project was co-curated by Design Circle and EMP Projects & Associates.
Photos by Mission Photographic, EMP Projects and Laura Sorvala.