Jonathan Lindh and artist Benedict Phillips collaboration
LEDA’s Jonathan Lindh and artist Benedict Phillips have an ongoing interest in collaboration in their respective working practices. They have worked together on public art and consultation projects previously and recognise the important contributions their different perspectives can bring to projects. Benedict’s current series of works are part of an Arts Council England two year professional development award. LEDA are involved as collaborators and supporters of the work being developed.
Benedict’s ‘How to be a Dyslexic Artist & other Stores’ projects was on display at the Tetley from 17th July until 29th September. Supported by Leeds Inspired and Arts Council England with project partner The Tetley.
Future news posts will include explorations of multi sensory architecture and how this is informing LEDA projects as part of sustainable human centered approach to building design.