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Traverse Me & Journeys Into The Disregarded

Traverse Me - Jeremy Wood - Saturday 29 May - Saturday 3 July

Like Hamish Fulton and Richard Long, Jeremy Wood makes work of art that are about walks.  He uses Global Positioning System (GPS) technology to create drawings across landscapes.

The Mead Gallery has commissioned him to make a map, drawn by walks across campus, that invites the viwer to see a different landscape to that which surrounds them.  It questions the possibilities of where they are and inspires a personal reading of their movements and explorations of the campus.

Printed maps will be available from the gallery, and GPS users will be able to download their copies.

If you would like more information about the Traverse Me project please visit Jeremy's website.  Jeremy Wood

Jeremy's latest work is on show at the Tenderpixel Gallery in London.  More details

Journeys into the Disregarded - Saturday 29 May - Saturday 3 July

Journeys into the Disregarded will highlight the beauty found in ordinariness of life.  Lorsen Camps will be inviting artists, students and the general public to make short journeys from the University campus discovering precious details of our surroundings that often go unnoticed.  Photographs will be taken, poems and prose written, found objects gathered.