In this exhibition artists challenge how true our remembrances of the past really are as the mythic and historic share space.
Artist Marie-Chantal Hamrock presents new audio work The Iron, The Pitchfork & The Sow in this latest episode of the Fermynwoods Podcast.
A collection of new work which remixes four Corby heritage films to create new narratives through the extraction of archival film.
Marie-Chantal Hamrock employs fiction as method, mining history to create an alternate future from symbolic doubles meanings.
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.