Pervasive Media Studio Resident Tine Bech talked about her work creating social interaction and colour in public spaces at the Watershed’s Lunchtime Talk.
Using examples from her practice, Tine shared ideas on the importance of ‘visual invitation to social interaction’ and explored how play encourages audiences to move from looking to active participation. She also discussed her work creating social interaction and colour in public spaces. More than ever, our shared public spaces and town centres have the opportunity for change. At a time of rapid reflection, we should ask what place can and should be in the future?