The Dawn and the Downs

The Dawn and the Downs is an lens-based installation project that brings together forms of urban and rural landscape, digital media, as well as written documents and folklore, to track traces of the Devil. 

Through site specific exhibition this project aims to bring together two creative disciplines which are popularly associated with opposing environments (graffiti art / urban | folklore / rural).

Through the combination of visual art, digital media and creative writing, The Dawn and the Downs works to explore how folklore and graffiti art can speak back, influence, and consider each other within a contemporary and modern context. 

The Dawn and the Downs, image and text installation piece shown with Ontic Collective, Brighton Photo Fringe, Phoenix Brighton, U.K, 2018.

 

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The Dawn and the Downs, image and text installation piece as part of Fake | Make, curated by New Grounds, Artist Open Houses, The Old Market, U.K, 2019.

 

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The Dawn and the Downs, image and text installation piece as part of the Faking It! Conference, Attenborough Centre, The University of Sussex, U.K, 2019.

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