Thea Brown grew up in Telford and spent much of her childhood involved with Telford Community Arts. She received her art training in Liverpool, Sheffield and Birmingham. Thea uses a variety of media – drawing, photography, performance and installation – to explore elements of femininity, hope and desire. She is currently based in Tipton and is Head of Art at a secondary school in West Bromwich.
‘Tipton Meshes’, is a performative reflection that captures traces of isolation in the domestic space. Collaborating with artist and filmmaker, Joseph Potts, the experimental film portrays the contradictory feelings in isolation. The photomontages accompanied by text echo the three-minute film’s psychological journey of loneliness, emotional freedom and the desire for human connection. Watch the full film on our youtube below, and see the photomontages and accompanying text via our Instagram.