Brit Seaton

Brit Seaton

Freelance Writer & Editor – Art, Design & CultureManchester, United Kingdom
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Brit Seaton

Brit Seaton

Freelance Writer & Editor – Art, Design & CultureManchester, United Kingdom
About me
Focusing on contemporary art, design and culture, I write editorial features and content for international publications, galleries and brands. My work appears in Freunde von Freunden, Berlin Art Link, Intern Magazine and IGNANT and clients include the Barbican, MINI, adidas Originals, Huawei, Lufthansa and SuperHi.
  • Clint Mansell: Moon at the Barbican
    Clint Mansell: Moon at the BarbicanDigital programme for the London Contemporary Orchestra's performance of Clint Mansell's Moon soundtrack, side-by-side with a screening of the film Read online here or scroll for text in full Words by Brit Seaton
  • Sight Machine at The Barbican
    Sight Machine at The BarbicanI was commissioned by the Barbican to write the digital programme for Sight Machine, a multimedia performance by Kronos Quartet and Trevor Paglen. "Sight Machine meditates on all that is lost when machine vision looks at human experience, and as Paglen clarifies, it asks you as a viewer to reconsider any faith you might have in the aims and intentions of these invisible images." Words by Brit Seaton Image by Trevor Paglen
  • Ones and Heroes
    Ones and HeroesOnes and Heroes is the first article instalment of intern x SuperHi: Flipping the Script. The series explores the different ways that creative folk can use the internet to make the world a better place. Ones and Heroes spotlights the work of those who are using their online platforms to call for social change, featuring interviews with Hoda Katebi, Mandy Harris Williams, Maggie Matić and Sadé Mica.
  • Rewriting the Future
    Rewriting the FutureOnline communities are claiming new spaces for cultural narratives pushed to the margins of art history, with the help of digital archives Read the full feature on here
  • Victoria Okoye's collaborative approach to urban planning
    Victoria Okoye's collaborative approach to urban planningAhead of Freunde von Freunden x MINI's The Sooner Now conference in Berlin, urban planner and researcher Victoria Okoye shares her vision for the future of city planning. Conscious of the disconnect between urban planning and the residents who are impacted, Victoria is working towards a more collaborative approach to design – one that establishes the expertise of the citizens as a crucial part of the process. Words by Brit Seaton Photography by India Hobson Read the full feature via Freunde von
  • Gravy Magazine Issue 03
    Gravy Magazine Issue 03Interview with photographer Harriet Broom for the cover feature – Copywriting for Editor’s Note, press release and marketing – Proofreading and copyediting articles
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Projects credited in
  • Vans x MOMA
    Vans x MOMAI was commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art and Vans Europe to create an interactive illustration for their 2020 collaboration.
Work history
    Barbican Centre logo
    Barbican Centre logo
    WriterBarbican Centre
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Writing programme texts for Barbican shows and events
    WriterHVW8 Gallery
    Berlin, GermanyFreelance
    Creating press material and other copy for HVW8 shows and events in Berlin and LA
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  • Writing
  • Editing
  • Editorial Writing
  • Copywriting
  • Content Features
  • Content Creation
  • Article Research
  • Article Writing
  • Editorial Concepts
  • Brand Content
    BA (Hons) First Class, History of Art and GermanThe University of Manchester
     - Manchester, United Kingdom