Teague Flannery



My work is about an individual sense of place – place remembered, place imagined and the actual physical location itself.

I am inspired by transformations of loved and familiar sites and the anxiety evoked by urban change. I am also interested in how city space is shared and the infinite stories that contribute to how a place may be understood, in particular the details that can be lost, misunderstood or forgotten.

Collecting memories, observations and personal stories is a way of responding to the never ending change to our surrounds.