A sneak peek at some of the photographs I’ve been working on in Newstead Nottinghamshire – personal work which has developed from the heritage project I managed for Newstead and Annesley Country Park. ( Copyright under creative commons Michele Allen … Continue reading →
Here’s a link to the Heritage Project website which I wrote and researched for Newstead and Annesley Country park, a former industrial site in nottinghamshire which I discussed in the debate on re-imagining brownfield land. The website includes photographs and oral history interviews collected from within the community relating to the nearby colliery villages and booklets relating to the area’s history and ecology.
Video documentation of a debate I took part in discussing how to manage brown field sites. i talked about my work in Newstead Nottinghamshire and the role the arts can play in the interpretation and re-imagining of brown field land.
A slightly more exotoc forgotten fruit found on holiday in the south of Spain, our son was obsessed with the orange trees which grow everywhere but we didn’t manage to find anything edible when we could reach them.
Available as a limited edition print 30 x 30cm printed on archival quality photo-rag paper signed and numbered by the artist, price £50. For more information or to place an order email email@example.com
Available as a limited edition print 30 x 30cm printed on archival quality photorag paper signed and numbered by the artist, price £50. For more information or to place an order email firstname.lastname@example.org
To coincide with the exhibition Forgotten Fruit I will be producing three limited edition prints. Each print will be signed and numbered by the photographer, printed on archival quality photo rag paper.
Prints available 30cm x 30cm in signed editions of 10 £50 each.
1. Untitled ( blossom)
2. Untitled (night cherries)
3. Untitled (crab blue)
For enquiries or to place an order please contact Michele Allen, via email or Facebook message.
Grounded is an exhibition of photographic prints, audiovisual, sound and prose, resulting from residencies with Wangkangurru, Arrarnta and Arrernte people of the Central Australian Desert, the Bidjara people of Western Queensland and with Gaelic speaking communities of the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Judith Parrott's diaries will be uploaded here in the lead up to July 2014, in response to her experiences at the two locations. The exhibition will be launched at Merchant City Festival, part of Festival 2014 during XX Commonwealth Games, Glasgow. Dates: 23 July to 3 August, at 121/127 Saltmarket. https://www.glasgow2014.com/culture/event/grounded