Artist: Jamie-Lee Wainman

two people hold scultpures made of brightly coloured chainlike pieces.

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BA 3D Design
Manchester Metropolitan University

Jamie-Lee is a creator, facilitator and educator.

Jamie-Lee uses 3D printing across her broad practice: as a tool for designing, building and manufacturing, and as a vehicle for creating inclusive learning experiences for different people. 3D printing is a making process that can produce minimal waste material and has the ability to use recycled plastics, supporting a sustainable, zero waste approach to generating products. Working with people is a key focus within her practice, Jamie-Lee creates her own tools and innovative contraptions to encourage people to playfully learn about the benefits and environmental advantages of 3D printing in contemporary design.

hands play with sculpture components made of brightly coloured chainlike pieces.
scultpure components made of brightly coloured chainlike pieces.
scultpure components made of brightly coloured chainlike pieces.
hands construct scultpure components made of brightly coloured chainlike pieces.

In:Site 2022

Jamie Lee is one of 20 artists who were selected to show their work at In:Site 2022. The event will take place in spring 2022.
Find out more about the other artists.



Where Next?

Artist: Francisca Onumah

Francisca was part of In:Site 2014

The artists uses a hammer to stamp metal.

Artist: Jessica Hargreaves

Jessica was part of In:Site 2015

The artist crouches over a memorial stone as she takes a casting.

Artist: Ryan Dilkes

Ry was part of In:Site 2019

The artist sits on a bench surrounded by furniture made from discarded wood.

Artist: Stefanie Cheong

Stefanie was part of In:Site 2013.

A pine cone with gold decoration on a string.


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