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Dark Corners of the Land

July 16, 2012

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Here is a selection of photographs from my current project ‘Dark Corners of the Land’. I have been using homemade medium and large format pinhole film cameras to capture the road from Pendle to what is believed to be Hangman’s Hill in Lancaster.

400 years ago the Pendle witches were taken from their homes to Lancaster where they were hanged.

The work includes a sound installation by the arts collective Victor Noir and is currently on show at The Dukes Gallery, Lancaster until the 13th August 2012. The gallery is open daily and the sound will be playing from 6pm each day and 1pm on Saturdays.

The soon to be published limited edition book ‘Dark Corners of the Land’ includes words and the soundtrack.

 

 

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2 Comments
  1. Hi Darren,

    Gorgeous photos! If you don’t mind I’m going to use the last one to accompany a chapter of a blog serial I’m writing. I’ve cited you and used the image to link to your page, so you’ve been duly credited, but please let me know if you’d like me to take the photo down.

    Cheers!

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