Despite all the difficulties of public workshops not being able to run in Spring 2020, Maud managed to adapt ways of working to maintain public involvement. More than 150 local households/almshouses/care homes have taken part in distanced tile making. Maud distributed takeaway boxes full of wet tiles so that participants have been able to press their own designs in guided by instructional Instagram videos. These tiles were then distance dropped back, then fired and glazed. The results are fantastic!
Earlier in 2021 Maud was invited to do a live 15 minute interview on the Robert Elms show, to talk about the roundels project. Listen to the interview below.
Watch the following interview with Maud, talking to John Rogers about creating the roundels.
Maud is also mentioned in the below clip from ‘End of the Line’ Ep.13 by Geoff Marshall.
Some of the Artyface roundels are featured on the below video of an overground railway walk eastbound, from Leytonstone to Barking.