CUBBY’S TARN | Joseph Wright

This is a story of self – place, loss and memory.     Storytelling is one of our defining characteristics, a means of passing knowledge from one generation to another. Without it, much would have been lost to us over the many thousands of millennia we have...

HISTORY LESSENS | Tom Wilkinson

  I made this body of work as a response to questions about history and landscape and where and how my own sensibilities and opinions align. The British Isles has a wonderfully rich and robust history: myths and stories that tell tales of romance and desolation that...

FIRST LIGHT | Melanie King

First Light: 1. the time when light first appears in the morning; dawn. 2. the first use of a telescope to take an astronomical image after it has been constructed. 3. In physical cosmology, first light refers to the light emitted from the first generation of...

FIRE MOUNTAINS | Joseph Wright

  I have always been fascinated with our connection to the land; to place – the past and present, how we have shaped and influenced its use, and of how it has shaped and affected our lives at both a physical and spiritual level. But, one area that has intrigued...

MAMETZ WOOD | Rob Hudson

“And so to midnight…”     Welcome to Mametz Wood. This isn’t the actual wood. Nor is it July 1916, the date of the First World War battle of that name that claimed thousands of lives in a futile fight for just one square mile of woodland in northern...