The first completely digital art commission in the three years of Art In Manufacturing, Liz Wilson’s multimedia work encompasses visuals, whether static or moving, as well as explorations into sound. A graduate from the Royal College of Art, her practice explores the relationships between industrialisation, technologies and print. Her most recent exhibitions include Taoxichuan Museum of Art, China and Parc de la Villette, Paris. Having been introduced to The National Festival of Making as exhibitors in the event’s skills tent in 2018, Clitheroe’s Spiroflow – with a US base in North Carolina – rejoins the festival line up by hosting Wilson’s residency. Industry leaders in the field of bulk materials handling, Spiroflow is a manufacturer of equipment such as mechanical conveyors, bulk bag fillers, bulk bag unloaders and other process equipment. Spiroflow serves a wide range of industries across the globe including food processing, pharmaceutical, chemical and dairy.