Miranda Creswell is currently project artist for the Archeology research group EnglaID, based at the Archaeology Institute, University of Oxford. This big data project, on the shaping and identity of the English landscape from 1500 BC to 1086 AD, will finish in 2016.
She has also been selected for an art and archaeology residency at the Le CentQuatre - Paris, funded by NEARCH (New ways of Engaging audiences, Activating societal relations and Renewing practices in Cultural Heritage ), a European Commission funded program, conducted by the French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP). She will be working to produce an exhibition at Le CentQuatre - Paris in February 2016.
Miranda will be returning for the third year to be artist in resident at Horatio’s Garden, a UK based charity that builds beautiful gardens for patients at spinal treatment centres, visualenglaid.wordpress.com