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To get some inspired for what to do for this photography project, I went back to the QUAD to see their current exhibition. The exhibition is called ‘80º N’ and is by two artists called Ruth Gibson and Bruno Martelli who were ‘inspired by the spirit of discovery and celebrating the pioneers who break new ground through science and new technologies, with exhibitions, digital experimentation, talks, events, film screenings and educational activities that journey into the art of exploration.’
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80º N is the result of a four year research project that centres on Artic exploration. The 80º North parallel is the line of latitude where the polar region begins.

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I also liked the black and white photographs upon the wall with sharp, clean edges and again, another unusual perspective of buildings and other man-made objects taken in an abstract way to create aesthetically pleasing contemporary images. Again, this could be an interesting pattern to create with lighting.

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80º N is the result of a four year research project that centres on Artic exploration. The 80º North parallel is the line of latitude where the polar region begins. Out of this exhibition, I particularly like the holographic projection onto a black screen which was interactive and had the feel of waves rolling upon an ocean, or a moving perspective of a mountain – sparking inspiration to possibly create a projection, or light effect, similar to this myself, possibly projecting it upon a…

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Hannah Sowerby-Hill

To get some inspired for what to do for this photography project, I went back to the QUAD to see their current exhibition. The exhibition is called ‘80º N’ and is by two artists called Ruth Gibson and Bruno Martelli who were ‘inspired by the spirit of discovery and celebrating the pioneers who break new ground through science and new technologies, with exhibitions, digital experimentation, talks, events, film screenings and educational activities that journey into the art of exploration.’

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Hannah Sowerby-Hill