Caroline Bartlett

Caroline trained in printed textiles before completing a postgraduate at Goldsmiths and an MA in Public Art. Her practice employs various textile processes and has included responses to historic locations and museum collections. She exhibits in the U.K. and internationally and her work is represented in several public collections.

Describe your approach to teaching:
As a teacher I hope to help you as a student to develop your personal language and to provide a supportive environment in which you can explore, experiment, discuss, question, discover new things and progress your ideas.

What inspires your own work?
The role played by objects and locations in shaping individual and collective memories and identities inspires my work whilst textiles and their histories, associations, tactility become means, material and reference.

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