BOUNDARY SONGS: NOTES FROM THE EDGE OF THE LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK
David Banning, Iain Sharpe & Julian Hyde
10 October – 23 October 2020
This collaborative exhibition is the companion piece to a new book, Boundary Songs: Notes from the edge of the Lake District National Park.
It brings together a fragmentary assemblage of images, text and film that show a landscape consumed by ghosts of nostalgia…
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David Banning: A66 Landscape, 2018. Blue Quarry, 2018. Calder Gate, Sellafield, 2018. Shap Abbey Wood, 2018. Valley End Rear, 2018. Valley End Forecourt, 2018.
Iain Sharpe: Broughton-in-Furness Window Reflection, 2018. Furnace Wood, 2018. Lane beside Addison Wood, 2018. LDNPA badge, 2018.
Julian Hyde: Kerb, Windermere, 2018. Pylon from derelict phone box near Black Combe, 2018. Sign for Plumgarths Roundabout, 2018. Tree bark next to River Kent, Kendal, 2018.
All works copyright the artists.