Peter Walker F.R.S.A : As a sculptor and artist Peter’s work adorns towns and cities both nationally and internationally. His art work consists of large-scale bronze and corten steel statues as well as paintings, drawings, film, sound and light installations. Peter is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. Peter is the lead artist and creator of the project ‘City as Sculpture’. His work can be viewed at


David Harper Msc : David is a Composer and Sound Artist. The music he writes and produces has been used for BBC and Channel 4 T.V. productions as well as for national theatre productions, and film.   David also creates sound art installations which combines his musical composition with video and film and are frequently exhibited at art events, museums and in public spaces throughout the U.K. David has been commissioned to create a new series of audio and sound works in the project which will form the public art soundscapes for the new City of Sculpture project. To listen to examples of David’s work go to:


Kathryn Walker BA (Hons) PG Dip Psych, MA : As a Social Anthropologist, Kathryn is able to use a wide range of qualitative and quantitative research techniques.   Kathryn uses methods such as participant observation, ethnography, interviews, narrative, audio and visual filmography and photography in order to gather data. Her research investigates and reports upon the social, political, geographical, economical and psychological factors that contribute to human beings behaviours, rituals and differing cultures found both in the U.K and worldwide. Kathryn will be documenting and evaluating the project as well as conducting community workshops. A portfolio of Kathryn’s research in the field can be viewed at

Sophia Moseley: Sophia is a Midlands based artist. Having graduated from Goldsmiths College, University of London she undertook several residency programs at The Banff Centre, Canada and with Red Gate Gallery in Beijing. Sophia is an artist and a writer, although it is more so becoming one practice. She moves between different methods of creating, her work comprising of painting and collage. For her, fiction never leaves the picture.


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