Project Art Works presents Illuminating the Wilderness, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes

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Price: Free

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Illuminating the Wilderness is a new film production by Project Art Works. The film and installation by Kate Adams and Tim Corrigan was made in collaboration with artists Ben Rivers, Margaret Salmon and Project Art Works’ artists and makers and reveals time spent together investigating a remote Scottish glen in collaboration with a group of people who are highly sensitive to the sensory stimuli of the world around them.

This Herzogian expedition unfolds in and around the landscape and weather systems of the mountains revealing the subtle fluidity of roles and interactions between this unique and itinerant community and the environment.

The film will be part of an exhibition The Lie of the Land at MK Gallery opening in March 2019. The exhibition will celebrate the opening for a brand new building for the gallery.

MK Gallery are one of the partners of the EXPLORERS Project, a three year programme of inclusive cultural actions and partnerships nationally and internationally over three years culminating in a year-long programme of exhibitions, installations and new cultural commissioning models that place neurodiverse communities, artists and makers at the heart of civic and cultural life.

Click on this link to the Explorers website to find out more.

Access:
Disabled Parking There are a few disabled parking spaces at the entrance to Margaret Powell Square serving MK Theatre and MK Gallery visitors.

Location

900 Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes, MK9 3QA

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