Bethan Maddocks is an artist who works with archives, communities and organisations to collect stories and make socially engaged, site-specific artwork.

Often working with light, paper, fabric and found objects she creates interactive, tactile sculpture and installations. Narratives gathered through conversation and collaborative making are constructed into playful, transformative artwork.

She works regularly with BALTIC centre of contemporary art, Museums Northumberlandand Unfolding theatre. She is the 2019 winner of The Dover Prize, as well as winner of The Culture Award for Museum of the year 2019for The Fallen Forest.