"My work probes human experience, intimacy and identity. I work by responding to a distinct inquiry, usual discovered within my own experience, such as the mechanisms of anxiety, or the destruction & creation of identity.
I also find inquiry in historic events, such as protest or journey accounts, telling stories of the past that reflect and inspect the present.
My work is rooted in embracing vulnerability, fostering connection and finding joy in the unexpected. I aim to create tender, magical experiences that evoke contemplation and provoke gentle, radical change."
- Mark Croasdale
Mark Croasdale is a Manchester based artist and theatre maker. He is currently in development with his first solo show, Spilling The Tea premiering on film Spring 2021.
He has previously received commissions for live art & theatre from New Trust Art (Letters From Egypt & Letters @ Lyme), Amnesty International (Anonymous) and The Homes and Communities Agency (Angels in Ancoats).
As a producer he has supported artists and organisations including Ian Carrington (Fat Roland), Proud and Loud Arts, Contact Young Company (CYC) and Wonderhouse Productions.
Mark works across different mediums from theatre, performance & writing to visual art, film & illustration.
Mark graduated Manchester Metropolitan University in 2007 with a degree in Creative Writing and Drama. Since then he’s had the pleasure of working with some wonderful organisations which include;