Led by artists Sam Meech, Hwa Young Jung, Tim Brunsden & Neil Winterburn, Re-Dock supports artists and creatives to enrich their art/tech practice through exchange with communities and places, throughout the North of England and beyond.
Our practice incorporates filmmaking, animation, card games, text adventures, digital textiles, publications, community cinemas, installations, performances and exhibitions.
Our work takes place in non-gallery spaces like leisure centres, pubs, canals, schools, restaurants, residential homes, and we have extensive experience and a strong reputation in developing digital arts projects for public libraries.
Set up as a Community Interest Company (established in 2008) we have a wide network of artistic collaborators at all stages of their careers that we work with to develop strong, playful, interdisciplinary projects.
Previous directors include John O’Shea (co-founding director).
People and organisations we have worked with:
Abandon Normal Devices Festival
BFi Film Hub North
Bold Street Traders (Liverpool)
Cheshire East Council
FACT (Foundation For Art and Creative Technology)
Folly Digital Arts Agency (Lancashire)
Halton Borough Council
Heritage Open Days
Howe Bridge Leisure Centre
International Slavery Museum
Knowsley Council Arts Service
Lancashire County Council
LinacreOne Housing Trust
Milton Keynes Libraries
Miners Arts and Community Centre, Moston
National Museums Liverpool
Royal Vauxhall Tavern
Society of Swandeliers
St Helens Council Arts Service and Central Library
The World of Glass, St Helens