A collaborative piece between artist Bob Mitchell and film maker Jonny Maxfield. A project set in the stunning industrial landscape of north Wales. Huge photographic images up to 50 ft high displayed as installations in former industrial sites shown with time lapse photography. Once vast, the industry remains in just a few areas but the landscape created is testament to hundreds of years of slate mining.
This project was supported by:
Arts Council Wales, Gwynedd Council, Snowdonia National Park, The National Slate Museum, Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Tudor Lodge – Porthmadog.
Thanks to Michael Bewick, Dafydd Roberts, Roland Evans, Carl & Anya, Alan & Ianto, Mark Waite, Rhys Roberts, Ioan Doyle, Sean Copsey, Mark Parham, Becky Mitchell, Alistair Nixon.
Original stills shot on 5x4 Horseman view camera, Fuji Velvia100.
Time lapse & video shot on Canon 60D and Canon 5D mkii
Canon & Tokina glass
Dynamic Perception Stage One
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