this place [of mine] has been created by 10 young producers from Greater Manchester in collaboration with local artists and designers, and led by Manchester-based arts organisation, FutureEverything.
FutureEverything is a Manchester-based organisation on a mission to bring about positive social change through digital art and creativity! They’re the team behind making this place [of mine] happen, through creative workshops, artist commissions and a Young Producer programme for Greater Manchester.
With huge thanks to our Young Producers: Daniel, Destiny, Hammad, Jack, Myiesha, Natalia, Peter, Samuel, Taylor and Tegan.
David McFarlane is a musician, digital artist, teacher and creative technologist working in and around Greater Manchester. His past work includes pieces for Manchester Science Festival and Manchester International Festival.
Izzy Bolt is a digital artist based in Manchester. She creates live visuals and sonics, focusing on deconstructed-club composition and has exhibited work at Caustic Coastal, Mutek Festival and The Warehouse project, among others.
Jacob Bolton writes, designs and makes art about public space, technology and power. His writing has appeared in Rhizome and ArtReview, and his visual work has been shown in Tate Liverpool, arebyte Gallery and the Wrong Biennial.
James Medd is an artist, designer, technologist, musician, educator, and more, based in Manchester, UK. In the past he’s made sculptures that respond to humans, built tools and toys for home, and transferred electronic circuits to canvas.
Joseph Whitmore is an artist working with illustration, 3D animation and game design. Past exhibitions include ICA, World Museum, and Manchester Art Gallery. In 2014, he was selected for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries.
Studio Treble is a Manchester-based multidisciplinary design studio creating online platforms and experiences for global audiences. They blend their technical expertise with an eye for beautiful design, detail and craft.
Jada Giwa is a multidisciplinary creative and recent Manchester School of Art graduate who cares about the message behind her work. She has a passion for fashion but most importantly a passion for positive change in the creative industry.
This project has been commissioned and supported by our local partners and funders, who all believe in the power, imagination and creativity of young people:
Manchester City Council, One Manchester, Oldham MBC, Link4Life, Tameside MBC, Wigan MBC, and The Turnpike.
The project has been made possible using public funds from Greater Manchester Arts with support from Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) as part of the GM Great Place Scheme.
With extended thanks and gratitude for the support from the Manchester Tech Fund.