Unfortunately due to a combination of factors we've had to postpone this project to Summer 2019. We will keep working on ideas and concepts and look forward to keep updating you on what's happening! Alexandra & Nicholas
Developing new work using polyester resin and coloured gravel. Themes of erosion and passing trade of Spurn gravel sloops.
Fixing and bolting different materials together to make something that resembles a powerbox with rotating antennae feet. Also a lighthouse bulb that swivels in its holder.
Alex has been going through the Imperial War Museum Archive looking for material for the exhibition on food and bread. As the WWI unrolled, people on the home front where being ever more strongly made aware that the war effort was a matter for everyone, regardless of station, and food rationing was fundamental for the … Continue reading Everybody’s business
The sound mirror was part of a chain of similar acoustic devices located on the north east coast extending from the Humber to the Tyne. They were erected to provide early warning of potential attacks on the Acoustic industrial complexes in the north east from ships and Zeppelins during World War I. Based on an … Continue reading Sound mirror
Project approved! Just a little sorting out of details to be finalized. We're changing gears to start contacting potential partners and working on funding applications. Exciting times!