Tracy Satchwill works on public art, film, animation, AR, illustration, artist residencies and community projects for National Trust, Wellcome Collection, Colchester + Ipswich Museums, Wells Maltings Trust, North Lincolnshire Museum, Women's Institute, Norwich University of the Arts and University College of London.
'Working with Tracy has been a real pleasure, her commitment to each project has been absolute, with a huge amount of background research contributing to each piece. Tracy admirably rose to the challenges of delivering an Artist in Residence programme during the first national lockdown for Covid-19, creating three fantastic artworks which we are proud to have on show in North Lincolnshire Museum and online. Each piece has interpreted the collection in a new and innovative way, whilst remaining accessible to audiences'.
Rose Nicholson, Heritage Manager, North Lincolnshire Museum
''The film is – quite frankly – stunning. You’ve not only captured the spirit of the brief, but have also created something that is hugely accessible, evocative, charming and beautiful. I can see our visitors being captivated and entertained hugely.’'
Simon Daykin, Director of Wells Maltings Trust
''Thank you so much for all your work. You’ve been a pleasure to work with and have taken our archive material to places it’s never been before!’'
Ben Gilbert, Photography & Illustration Editor, Wellcome Collection
'Tracy embraced this innovative, artist-led, community project with integrity, professionalism and creativity. From the research and development activity to the positive community engagement and consideration for the broad representation of participants at every stage of the project Tracy demonstrated what creative co-production can achieve for artist collaboration heritage projects. The results were fantastic with the combination of original source material and participants' voices, and feelings, conveyed sensitively in a highly imaginative and accessible production.'
James Steward, Manager, Ipswich Museum
"The panel was extremely impressed by the standard of your work and by you as an individual, and commented in particular on your outstanding design process, strong execution and excellent presentation. They applauded your playful yet powerful collage concept – laced with urgent messages – and loved the clarity of your animation, as well as the surreal elements and your excellent work on the soundscape".
RSA Moving Image Award Panel