The latest in our Art World’s series is a video by Catherine Wynne-Paton that details her journey learning about other artists practises and forming a peer mentoring group.


Catherine Wynne-Paton is a conceptual media artist concerned with interpreting knowledge held deep within. She uses gesture and movement to begin to answer philosophical questions. Her work is informed by an interest in text resonant with particular places and the people connected with it. 

She is creator of  The Lost Library  which has appeared at The National Eisteddfod of Wales, Fringe Arts Bath, Deptford X Fringe, The Wrexham Open and MainSpring Arts. 

Wynne-Paton studied Fine Art at Hereford College of Arts, received the Meadow Arts graduate prize, was the first Print Shed artist in residence, where she later had her first solo show in 2015 and has received a PEAK micro commission for new work. 

She has an enduring interest in supporting the work of other contemporary artists working in rural and remote areas, which led to creating an archive of conversations with artists. 

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