Toby Phips Lloyd is an artist, currently undertaking a practice based PhD in the Fine Art Department at Newcastle University. His research examines the temporalities of work, poverty and participation in the arts: exploring the Universal Basic Income as a means by which to give voice to citizenship.

He also works collaboratively with Andrew Wilson as Lloyd & Wilson.   A recurring theme within their work has been the social dynamic of the ‘Public House’, where once you have bought or been bought a glass of beer, you have entered an environment where you are a participant rather than a spectator. This methodology is used to create frameworks and build environments that encourage others to communicate with one another in order to open up shared and conflicting experiences of everyday life.

Other projects

Stabbing Les – fictional band

ScartVideo – AV project in collaboration with Harry Palmer


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