Helen Cammock, Fergus Heron, Martin Newth & Matthew Smith
21 March – 19 April 2014
This exhibition brings together works by four artists exploring ideas of place and identity through images that involve the contemporary English landscape. Through moving image, photography and sculpture, questions are asked about the way landscape is viewed. Focusing on the everyday and overlooked, the works consider histories, images and myths that have shaped the English landscape and the way the country is imagined today.
Interpretations of land range from the performance of a traditional hymn to national parks reconfigured in miniature, from wartime defensive structures to recent houses pictured between urban and rural settings. Together, these works propose ways through which to reconsider the English landscape.
Scene is part of an ongoing collaboration between Ealing-based artist Martin Newth and Fergus Heron.
Image: Fergus Heron, Perry Way, Lightwater, Surrey, 2010 from the series Charles Church Houses (c) Fergus Heron
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