Trudi Lloyd Williams
Trudi specialises in projects that are inspired by places and communities. Her work is site specific; utilising research, collaboration, community skills and design through to final installation.
Her dual interests in materials and recycling has frequently led to the design and production of new materials either utilising or incorporating recycled products that are site specific. With the 'Jellytastic' project 2014 the community collected thousands of used plastic bottles that I transformed into a huge, suspended jellyfish sculpture that toured the south coast and culminated with an exhibition at the ONCA gallery Brighton.
Trudi is an experienced project manager for urban centre projects, site sensitive historic sites and rural landscape and waterways projects with teams of artists, designers, landscape architects, architects and developers.
Trudi is frequently involved in sourcing local businesses and artisans to construct and install work, building and developing local networks, leading to a cross fertilisation of ideas and minimising waste and energy.
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