Join us for an informal gallery talk and Q&A with artist Tracy Hill at Warrington Museum & Art Gallery.
Haecceity is an exhibition commissioned by Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival with funding from Arts Council England. Inspired by the remnant mosslands around Warrington, Hill uses commercial mapping equipment to capture the essence of these unique places. Recorded via a portable 3D laser scanner she applies the data from 360 degree scans to create multi-layered images.
During her residency at the Museum, Tracy has created a unique series of large scale drawings on the gallery walls, as well an installation of ground-breaking conductive ink screenprints. These works offer visitors the opportunity to lightly touch the prints to hear recorded sounds from local nature reserve Risley Moss. This multi-sensory experience allows visitors to re-imagine a new future for these vital wetland spaces.
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Image by Jenny Catherall