Van Days

At the beginning we used a van to announce the project publicly, in a way that would bring it into the neighbourhood of Tre Cwm and adapt to people's daily routines that were already happening, rather than asking people to set aside extra time and energy to come to us. We parked up for six van sessions overall, and set up games, a small exhibition of archival images of Tre Cwm, magnetic letters and emojis to write on the van, drawings of wall art ideas, expressions of interest in getting more involved in the project, and getting to know people through inviting them to share objects of importance to them. We would then 3D scan these objects and play with them in new and unlikely locations.

Kids playing in front of van with activities and exhibition for artist residency The Wall Is _____ with Kristin Luke
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Police and kid look at 3D scanning for artist residency The Wall Is _____ with Kristin Luke
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Photo of Tre Cwm resident as a child for artist residency The Wall Is _____ with Kristin Luke
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3D model of figurine in Tre Cwm for artist residency The Wall Is _____ with Kristin Luke
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Kids taking 3D scans for artist residency The Wall Is _____ with Kristin Luke
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Kids designing art for the Tre Cwm boundary wall for artist residency The Wall Is _____ with Kristin Luke
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Tre Cwm resident does a filmed interview for artist residency The Wall Is _____ with Kristin Luke
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Family history and photographs with Tre Cwm resident for artist residency The Wall Is _____ with Kristin Luke
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