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  • Jerome Harrington


Michael Pennie Gallery, Locksbrook Campus, Bath Spa University.

5 to 14 July, 10am to 4 pm (closed Sunday 9).

An exhibition of things that we have noticed (both outwardly and inwardly) while cycling to work at Locksbrook over a period of a year; things that might be overlooked if travelling by car.

Journeys, as liminal spaces, may be the only reflective times in a busy day. The area surrounding the Locksbrook Campus has a rich and mixed history, future, and sense of place. We cycle in from many places and have many different stories to tell.


Clare Day

Jane Randfield

John Taylor

Jonathan Kelham Vilas Silverton Reuben Harrington, Julia Keyte, Jerome Harrington (collaboration) Lydia Halcrow Ian Parkes Kellie Hindmarch Matt Downing Matt Robertson

Reuben, aged 8, has cycled to school every day for the last two years. It is a journey of 2 miles each way. Reuben is noticing constantly and we leave early to make plenty of time for it. Cycling through the car park, he got very interested in some wedges under a caravan's wheels and we tried to ask the owners about it, who didn't speak English. He loves to pick the autumn berries he notices when entering the park, and squashing them under his bike wheels to test their different properties.

These photographs, a collaboration of sorts, give a glimpse of Reuben's 'noticing', they say something about a different speed of travelling which gives time for curiosity and exchange.

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