Designing theatre with sustainability in mind, making crocodile sculptures and the importance of a collaborative approach are all discussed in this episode featuring Sculptor and Theatre Designer Sophia Clist.

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About Sophia Clist

From a background of sculpture Sophia creates installations, sets and objects for audiences and performers to inhabit, manipulate and transform. Much of her work is participatory and interactive, collaborating with artists in theatre, dance and music and with the general public.

Recent work includes: Would You Bet Against Us? (Told by an Idiot, Birmingham Rep); Space to Be (Oily Cart); Get Happy (Told by an Idiot, Barbican); All You Need Is LSD (Told by an Idiot, Birmingham Rep); The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk (Kneehigh Theatre, Bristol Old Vic); The Paper Man (Improbable Theatre, Norfolk & Norwich Festival); Journey to the Impossible (Little Soldier Productions, The Bike Shed Theatre); And The Horse You Rode In On (Told by an Idiot, Barbican, Brighton Festival, Theatre Royal Plymouth); 16 Singers (Katherine Morley, Dance Umbrella, Theatre Royal Bath); Phenomenal People (Fuel, WOW Festival); In This Place (Pentabus Theatre); A Crash Course in Cloudspotting (Raquel Meseguer Zafe, MAYK, Coventry City of Culture 2021, Unlimited, Camden Alive); Parallelist (Clay Gold & Laura Moody, Aldeburgh Festival).