We are an art studio creating beautiful and meaningful experiences with innovative materials and cutting-edge technologies.
Tine is a leading light in a new wave of artists whose currency is experience, shared and celebrated.’
– Prof Jon Dovey, writer and director of Director South West Creative Technology Network, UWE
We believe culture creates communities. Art belongs everywhere and is for everyone. Buildings, squares, bridges, rivers, gardens, offices and foyers can be transformed into opportunities for participation, curiosity and communication.
Places we have worked
I think the world’s public spaces need more of your playful social interaction, especially at this time in history when people seem so divided.’
– Interaction Magazine, SIGGRAPH Art Gallery 2016
It was one of the most successful interactive art works I have been to, and I’ve been to a few over the years. Not only did you transform a vast area but you also shifted the way the whole space was experienced.’
– Althea Greenan, Make Magazine
Thank you so much for your stunning work at Reykjavik City Hall. It’s fantastic, people love it, so do I. It’s a major hit in the city.’
– Ingi Thor Jónsson, Reykjavík City Hall
Tine Bech artworks provide a deeply social dimension.
Play creates positive emotion, which alters our feelings and makes us more resilient, happier and productive.
We have worked all over the world bringing thought provoking projects to life. Our combined knowledge from art, interaction design, play theory, electronic engineering and software design delivers projects efficiently, effectively and to budget.
We Believe was a breathtakingly beautiful experience and a profound artistic exploration of our attitudes to the city’s public spaces.’
– Jacob Bundsgaard, Mayor of Aarhus Municipality
Our multi-faceted artworks create flourishing communities. Our work is informed by research. Play’s community building effects are well documented. It rewards us with joy and promotes empathy.
‘Everything is secretly alive in Tine Bech’s work: shoes, bridges, streetlights, balloons and coloured blobs. They hum and react with a playful anthropomorphic life that is liable to take you by surprise.’
– Tracey Warr, writer and curator