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Not shown: Other People’s Shoes ISBN 0 9521955 0 X
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51:zero video and digital arts festival http://51-0voyager-medwayfilmfestival.webs.com showing of Leaving  2014

Living Landscapes, Aberystwyth University June 2009. Compilation of extracts from 6 video works.

TRIP June 2008 Territories Re-imagined: International Perspectives. A psycho-geographic series of events and phenomena organised by MIRIAD at Manchester Metropolitan University and LRM (Loiterers Resistance Movement). Tea showed 6 recent video works made in and around Manchester (2001-2008) at URBIS.

Field Work at SMART Project Space Amsterdam March - July 2008. Brown Fields Blue Skies, Boat Trip: Nothing But Flowers, Anxiety and Escapism.

Sitting Room 2006-7  Three of Tea’s publications (By The Way, The Cut and Boat Trip: Nothing But Flowers) toured in the UK and internationally as part of the Sitting Room Exhibition curated by Tom Sowden and Lucy May Schofield of Manchester Metropolitan University. Manchester Craft and Design Centre, Alsager Arts Centre, Permanent Gallery, Brighton, Winchester Gallery, Artist’s Book Exhibition Area, UWE, Bristol, AKI, The Enschede Academy of Visual Arts, The Netherlands, Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, Another Room, Alameda, California, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico City.

Arcadia id est : Touring Exhibition 2005-2007 curated by Sarah Bodman, University of the West of England. Boat Trip: Nothing But Flowers. TRACE Gallery Dorset,  UWE, Bristol; Centre for the Artist's Book, Australia; Moufflon Bookshop, Nicosia, Cyprus; Eagle Gallery, London; Hartley Library, University of Southampton; AKI, Enschede, The Netherlands, Rikhardinkatu Library, Helsinki, Finland, The Yard Gallery at Wollaton Hall; the John M Flaxman Library at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Ginkgo Reading Room at the John M. Olin Library, Washington University, USA; The Fleet Library at Rhode Island School of Design, USA Noosa Regional Gallery, Tewantin, Australia and The National Print Museum of Ireland. www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/arcadia.htm

Loop Pool 2007 Repeat Pattern, a 2 minute loop developed from the Royal Mills material selected by Raum fuer Projektion,  for Loop Pool 2007 as part of the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, May 2007 and touring: "lange nacht der kultur 2007" Kaiserslautern 16-17 June, "pocket film festival olhares" Lisbon, Portugal 21-23 June, "capalbio cinema" Capalbio, Italy 27June-1July. DVD published.

Looking Both Ways. Around 9000 cards completed by visitors at Tate Liverpool packed and distributed to individuals. Residue lodged with Royal Liver archive.


By The Way exhibited as part of The Art of the Book international exhibition at University of Missouri 2005, Sitting Room as above 2006-7, A reise at Vox Galleri, Bergen, Norway 2009.


Touring Exhibitions: Sitting Room as above, Arcadia id est as above, Borders 2005- ,Tea at Urbis included in touring video screenings. Repeat Pattern included in Loop Pool 2007 international tour.


Book Collections: Winchester School of Art, University of West of England, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Central Lancashire, Oxford Brookes University and numerous individuals.


Academic Presentations: Politics of Cultural Memory (MMU), Littoral, Social Sculpture Colloquium. Journal of Visual Art Practice 2003 “What is this Place?: The work of Tea” by Peter Hatton and Val Murray. Holly McClaren PhD Thesis and various other academic papers.


Work included in publications: Bordering ed. Holly Mclaren, Low Tide: Jeni Walwin, Art and Design: Public Art, Making It (Tate Liverpool). Leaving Tracks (artranspennine), Roles and Reasons (an), Making Ways (an), Art in Public (an).


Reviews: The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent, The Financial Times, Live Art Magazine, an, Afterimage, local press, Kaleidoscope.

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