Eleanor Wynne Davis is a musician and artist.
She currently plays violin and viola with live looping, performs throughout the UK and internationally, makes socially engaged art with people and place and composes music for dance and film.
Eleanor has played violin to gorillas, set up walk-in cages as gallery installation, re-landscaped school play grounds, got people out walking, writing books, making speeches, worked with young kids, excluded from school kids, old folks, teenage mums and dads, the council, schools, the police, other artists and musicians.
Throughout her work Eleanor draws on her previous experience of working in Madagascar and Cuba with local communities to manage natural resources, create sustainable livelihoods and improve health.
Interested in the power of actions and how the hidden affects the seen, Eleanor looks for ways of bringing connections into the open and creating situations that people can engage with.