Kirsten Little: you need people to turn ideas into reality

Kirsten Little: you need people to turn ideas into reality

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Kirsten Little is a Liverpool-based artist and maker, who is involved with OpenMaker. With a Masters in Fine Art from Wimbledon College of Art, she makes collage-based art. Struggling to access the resources that were so abundant during her degree, Kirsten co-founded the maker space Make Liverpool on her return to her home city. She has worked with the Beautiful Ideas Company since its 2015 LaunchPad programme, which supported the development and expansion of Make Liverpool. What do you make, and what technologies/tools do you use? I work with β€˜found’ materials, using traditional skills including metalwork, woodwork and casting. I use a lot of old photographs, and β€˜lost’ objects, repurposing them into new items or artworks with new uses. Alongside skills like mig welding, casting and woodwork, I use photocopies…
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