Highlighting under the radar arts and culture in Birmingham, UK

Jo Gane

Jo Gane
From 12-14th November TROVE present another show at the site of the Old Science Museum. Coventry based photographer Jo Gane questions the mythologies and values placed upon specific historical sites across Britain. Adopting a traditional wet plate collodion process for her work, she searches for relics and objects found within the customary British landscape, specifically sighting out those that hold some evidence of historic authenticity.

On Thursday she will be creating new photographic plates from materials she finds in the space from 2-6pm
A nice way of archiving the space for future generations.

The private view is on Friday 13th from 6-8pm and will continue on Saturday 14th 2-6pm. The exhibition is at the site of the much missed Science Museum, 144 Newhall Street.


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This entry was posted on November 11, 2009 by in Art, Private View and tagged , .
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