‘Surface Equations’, one of a series of maths experiments shown at St Bartholomew’s Church, current work
‘People and Props’ at The Loading Deck, Manchester
A collaborative comic-book imagining an alternate social network, illustrated by David O’Connell

Tanya Meditzky is an artist and writer based in West Yorkshire. Endlessly curious, her art practice is varied, exploring relationships between people – how we connect, the stories we tell each other and the environments created by these ideas.

With a BA in Interactive Arts & MA in Art as Environment from Manchester Metropolitan University, Tanya brings a creative outlook, imagination & a love of problem-solving to working in different fields and disciplines. She is interested in learning, collaboration & bringing people together.

Past interactive installations include Yellow Box, shown at Oldham Art Gallery & as part of Visionfest in Liverpool, Stroke, shortlisted by the Wellcome Trust’s Sci-Art initiative, and People and Props, an installation with a toolbox of over 100 plywood objects for visitors to create their own narratives & tableaux.

Other past exhibitions include Glow, a light festival across Newcastle & Gateshead, which saw her illustration work projected in The Sage, and the take-over of Lambs Conduit Street in Holborn, London, which she organised and curated to highlight the work of 14 comics artists & independent shops.  

Recent work includes Surface Equations, experiments with trigonometry, resulting in artworks that were exhibited in St Bartholomew’s Church as a backdrop to Marsden Jazz Festival’s 30th year in 2022.