Our second year of the Habitation Artist Residency Programme for the North West Cambridge Development culminated in the exhibition GRAVEL: notes from the other side of the fence which ran from 28 – 30 May 2015.
Artists in Residence Bedwyr Williams, Fernando García-Dory and Aid & Abet presented works they had developed during their 2014-2015 Residency at University of Cambridge’s North West Cambridge Development.
- Bedwyr Williams’ film Century Egg, produced in partnership with the University of Cambridge Museum. Century Egg will feature in the 2015 British Art Show.
- Fernando Garcia Dory’s Dwelling Model: Unsettled Research Centre for Sustainability and the Built Environment, an installation and seminar developed in collaboration with the Department of Engineering’s Centre for Sustainable Development.
- Aid & Abet’s The Soft Landscape: Fieldwork, an exhibition of sculptures, photographs and films relating to the land surrounding their studio at the North West Cambridge Development, worked on with the Department of Land Economy.
Films of the talks and seminars which took place at the exhibition are available on the North West Cambridge Development Art Programme website www.nwcambridgeart.com
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