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In Steps of Sundew is a brand new exhibition exploring the effect that extracting resources from the landscape has upon those living within it.
Marie Chantal Hamrock employs fiction as method, mining history to create an alternate future from symbolic doubles meanings.
Rebecca Lee’s sound piece You Can Hear The Wind is made entirely from recordings by students from The CE Academy.
Anja Borowicz captures the music and humanity in the sounds of a steel industry populated by large metal monsters.
Amanda Loomes juxtaposes archival extracts with footage of Ketton Cement Works to shine a light on unseen labour.
Subterranean Harvest challenges the idea of the archive as a formal reference point by extracting images from the digital screen.
Vaughan Pilikian evokes primal forces linking industrial workers to nature’s most destructive and creative forces.
Neverending Jigsaw builds a symphonic composition from hand tinted farmland scenes eerily populated with industrial and agricultural ephemera.
Amy Cutler explores the human and nonhuman elements of landscape excavations, remixing archival footage to tell a multi-species story.