Part of the New Light Prize Exhibition 2020
James Dyson is a practising architect and studio tutor at universities in Manchester, Preston and Hong Kong. With over 30 years at the ‘sharp end’, he brings a wealth of professional experience to students of this practical art. He is also developing a body of work in contemplation of the urban condition with art gallery exhibits and research into typological studies. All of these activities have a common thread in pedagogy, activism, architecture, and its representation and the ambition to question our current environmental governance while enriching students' projects with good civic sense appropriate to programs which value this contextual approach.