INDEPENDENT EXHIBITION

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.

Photography by Rebecca Larkin. All works copyright the artists.