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Terminus is an exhibition of installation works by David Cotterrell with commissions by Ron Wright and Michael Day exploring the legacy of the Tinsley Cooling Towers site.

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Ron Wright’s work, Vantage Point is a study of the Tinsley area as an interpretation of time, space and place.

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Ron Wright’s work, Vantage Point is a study of the Tinsley area as an interpretation of time, space and place.

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On 20th October 2014, Andrew Skelton, Kevin Logan and David Cotterrell led an exploratory walking tour of Blackburn Meadows and hosted a discussion on the possibilities for the area.

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An autonomous slot-car race track with 20-55 race cars micro-simulating patterns of behaviour within congested traffic systems

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Babel is a 3D projection of a simple closed-system created within a game engine. The work depicts an infinitely expanding highway system.

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Michael Day’s looped animation Invisible Layers (2015) takes as its starting point the mismatch between experience of the infrastructural landscape and the way this landscape is imaged.

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Filmed from the E.ON biomass power station’s chimney over the course of a day, On England’s pleasant pastures seen documents the sweeping vistas of the Tinsley Viaduct

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A Georgian folly, built as as a shooting lodge by Thomas Howard 3rd Earl of Effingham on the summit of Canklow.

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The first in a series of panoramic films made from locations with line-of-sight connections to the Blackburn Meadows and Tinsley area. The panoramas will iteratively form a relayed link from Rotherham to Sheffield.

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