Green Tease members database

This database is for members of the Green Tease network. It mixes people working in the arts who want to engage with environmental issues and people working in sustainability who want to connect with artists as well as those who straddle this divide entirely. It aims to facilitate communicate between artists and sustainability practitioners, making it easier to find ways of working together. Scroll down for the full list or use the categories below to find particular specialisms.

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Aileen M Stackhouse

The 70’s- ozone layer & acid rain, the 80’s Chernobyl, I walked with child in fallout rain. I moved to Scotland because of global warming. Friends said WHAAAT?!! In 2019 one asked why did you move? I reminded them they had forgotten. I make art, I am changing my practice.


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Andrea Geile is a visual artist who creates sculptural projects and public engagement events informed by environmental research. Her contemporary art practice investigates, condenses and interprets nature and ecology. Geile often collaborates with research institutions, heritage charities and community groups as well as galleries. The outcomes of these projects include site-specific sculpture, public art, exhibitions and participatory events.

Hannah Imlach is a visual artist who creates site-specific and interactive sculptural objects informed by current environmental research. Since 2011, Imlach has focused on collaborative projects within communities of specialist knowledge including research institutions, conservation charities and community groups. The outcomes of these projects include site-specific sculpture, photography and video, alongside exhibitions and participatory events.

Singer and composer based in Glasgow. Interwoven with landscapes and the sea her songs range from fragile sparse laments to beautiful textural journeys. She is regularly commissioned to compose for theatre and dance. She is the creator of SeaGazing a podcast about marine conservation and coastal communities in Scotland.


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