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The Liveliest of Elements, an Ordinary Extraordinary Material

The Liveliest of Elements, an Ordinary Extraordinary Material is an exhibition of work formed from an elongated period of research into upland peat landscapes. Specifically Moss Flats, a bare peat flatland, approximately 50 miles west of Newcastle upon Tyne in the North Pennines, a landscape that gave Harrington an insight into the substance of peat as a dynamic and changeable material. See more

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Temporal School of Experimental Geography is an itinerant network of artists sharing ideas and responses to landscape through fieldwork

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