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Dr Tine Bech

Dr Tine Bech, Senior Lecturer, Arts and Place

Tine Bech is a multidisciplinary artist, researcher, and teacher with extensive practical and theoretical experience working with public art and designing for people, play and participation. She was born in Denmark, lives in London and works internationally. Her PhD thesis ‘Playful interactions: A Critical Inquiry into Interactive Art and Play” was completed at the Digital Cultures Research Centre, University of the West of England.

Tine has exhibited eloquent, playful and meaningful artworks in galleries and museums, in public spaces transforming urban landmarks around the world including European Capital of Culture – Aarhus 2017; London Cultural Olympiad; The Playable City Brazil and in Bristol; Team London Bridge; Shakespeare’s New Place in Stratford-upon-Avon; Victoria and Albert Museum; The Science Museum in London; The Whitworth Gallery in Manchester; Israel Museum; Aarhus Centre for Contemporary Art; China Science and Technology Museum; the Royal British Sculptors Gallery and at Light Festivals in Baltimore, Riga, London, Reykjavik, Australia and many more. She is in demand as a public speaker and her work has appeared in the Guardian, Wired, the Leonardo Journal, Design Week, Art of England, on TV: BBC; London Live; Ch4 and more.