Preston Street Union (PSU) is an Exeter-based artists’ collective that started life as a project at Spacex. Three years later, they have been commissioned to make work for Exeter’s RAMM. We hear about their journey.
What’s the story of Preston Street Union?
Preston Street Union (PSU) is an Exeter-based artist collective that generates new work and learning through collaborative, social processes. We grew out of a residency by artist Trevor Pitt at Exeter's Spacex gallery in 2015, and continue to operate independently as a self-organised group. At the moment there are ten core associates – Bettina Amtag, Megan Calver, Daniel Cray, Gabrielle Hoad, Pete Kingston, Kathy Norris, Becca Nutt, Janet Sainsbury, Felicity Shillingford and Stella Tripp – but we sit within a much wider network of loose affiliations.
More details: https://exeterculture.com/maker-in-focus-1/2019/3/1/preston-street-union
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