Descriptive Information


Record Set



Other Identifiers

OC/8/2 (local reference number)

Has provenance

esea contemporary (1987-)


2003-onwards (is coverage date of)

Scope and Content

Material associated with artists in residence at Thomas Street arranged chronologically. 

Record Resource Extent

2 boxes


The records are arranged into sets in chronological order of the residencies. 


This set presents records relating to individual resident artists. The physical records are arranged within folders representing the record sets seen below. However, born-digital records have been arranged into this set  by function to aid research, and can also be found within the record set representing the original accession in which they were transferred to the archive. 

Access and Use

Conditions of Access

Unless prohibited under UK data protection legislation, the records within this set are available for non-commercial private research on-site in the esea ResearchLab via dedicated terminals or by appointment.

Digital surrogates of the records can be accessed through the online catalogue if we have permission of holders of the intellectual property of the record's contents.

Conditions of Use

The records in this record set are accessible for private non-commercial research use unless restricted under UK Data Protection legislation.

Open records which are solely the copyright of esea contemporary are available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC 3.0) License. Records which are the intellectual property of other creators are not available online unless we have permission of all of the copyright holders. Please see individual record descriptions for more information.

Related Content

Related Units of Description

Records relating to Lisa Cheung’s residency in 2000 can be found in sets related to the Grazing exhibition (GB3451/OC/6/2/20).

Related People and Organisations

esea contemporary (1987-)

Keywords & Terms

SubSeries ; On site ; Artist Residencies



This set were was originally created during a project, 2016-2018, to bring meaningful access to the Centre's historical collections, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Additional materials were catalogued in 2021 as part of the 'Multicultural Heritage at the Crossroad: Organisational Resilience, Institutional Archive and Multicultural Voices' project with support from London Metropolitan University.

Rules or conventions

Our archival collections have been catalogued following the International Standard of Archival Description (ISAD(G)) and principles of Records in Context (RiC). The library collection has been catalogue following the RDA (Resource Description Access) standard licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

The collections have also been indexed using RDA values licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. The catalogue also contains information from Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT)® and Thesaurus of Geographic Names (TGN)® which are made available under the ODC Attribution License.