Award winning artist, curator, and director of Empathy Museum. Her award-winning immersive project A Mile in My Shoes explores how empathy can transform personal relationships but also help tackle global challenges and open up the public conversation around empathy.Empathy
Clare Patey is an award winning artist and curator who creates participatory art projects and social spaces. Her work combines cross-disciplinary enquiry and a collaborative process with a sense of play and creative agency. Commissions include: London International Festival of Theatre, Channel 4 (winner of RTS award), Southbank Centre and The National Theatre. She was the creator of the critically acclaimed Museum Of, The Ministry of Trying to Do Something About It, and annually curated Feast on the Bridge. She is currently director of Empathy Museum, where her award winning immersive project A Mile in My Shoes tours internationally. Their immersive exhibit explores how empathy can not only transform our personal relationships but also help tackle global challenges and open up the public conversation around empathy at a time of increasing conflict. She is part of the Edible Utopia collective.