Images from the archive

On Saturday 14th July the Institute for Imagined Futures & Unknown Lands transformed the exhibition space for When the moon fell out of orbit for the final time.

Images that had emerged throughout the period of the exhibition were sent out as monoprint drawings across the gallery from the bell tower, whilst sounds from the Institute’s Archive were played into the space.

You can listen to an edited version of the sounds from the archive here: Unknown Lands Images from the archive (headphones recommended)

The images being spoken are images experienced by participants on their journeys to unknown lands.

All journeys took place beneath the bell tower during When the moon fell out of orbit.

Unknown Lands process beneath the bell tower

Image of participants in ‘Unknown Lands’ process which took place when the gallery was closed beneath the bell tower. The results of this process are now part of the Archive for the Institute for Imagined Futures & Unknown Lands and will form part of the closing event for When the moon fell out of orbit on July 14th.

image by emma rylance

the building of a bell tower

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*** CLICK HERE to view the video the building of a bell tower ***


Building a structure as a place to which the bell can return.

idea for a bell tower, monoprint

the bell tower of st nicholas in april 1921 (without the bell)

the bell tower of St Nicholas (Mission Gallery) in April 1921