Our exhibitions combine technology and bespoke displays unique to each space we work in. Specialising in environmental and local stories, we work on commissioned site specific work for indoor and outdoor locations. We also provide workshops and participatory projects for schools and groups on areas such as mounting exhibition displays, printing photographic images and installation design.

ROUTES & RICHES: JOURNEYS TO NEW LANDS
Routes & Riches is an exhibition about journeys. In 2008, artists, archivists, museums, schools and the local community embarked on a creative journey to share Weardale's industrial migration stories.

Groups explored the industrial roots of the landscape, uncovering the riches Weardale ancestors left behind in the archives and the riches they discovered in their new lives.

Routes & Riches includes animation, photography and illustration by artists and young people, offering an insight into the experience of Weardale emigrants and their journeys to new lands.

Killhope Lead Mining Museum 1st April - 1st November 2009
Funded by Heritage Lottery Fund
Illustration by Janet Curtis

NO PLACE LIKE HOME
No Place Like Home is an installation of culinary homeliness to coincide with the Wear Valley Food Festival. From a doll's house, a strange cacophony of familiar cooking and eating sounds, distorted and amplified to create a peculiar domestic scene. Look inside the window to see a homely interior and from time to time characters wander past.

Inspired by the French comic film-maker Jacques Tati and his film Mon Oncle, No Place Like Home uses the amplification of everyday sounds to distorted proportions with a playful twist on scale and expectation, narrative and domestic space.

Art Land: Bishop Auckland Art Festival April 09
Funded by Wear Valley District Council and Arts Council England North East

ALTERED
An exhibition of photographic work by young people from Teesdale. Displayed in youth centre windows, the photographs were taken in response to climate change and Upper Teesdale's National Nature Reserve. The photographs were shown alongside the Altered film also produced by young people.

YMCA Youth Centre Barnard Castle & UTASS Centre Middleton-in-Teesdale June 08
Commissioned by Natural England. Funded by Northern Rock Foundation

POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE
A summer of taking photographs in the local community, celebrating all that was weird and wonderful about living in the Gaunless Valley, a place an Edge. Members of the community from young and old, took part in walks, talks and photography sessions to represent all the different parts of their lives.

Woodland Village Hall and Bishop Auckland Discovery Centre Sept & Dec 06
Funded by Teesdale District Council, Awards for All and Northern Rock Foundation

 

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