1. Artist Luce Choules and her project 'Green Cliff' for the exhibition 'Bideford Black: The Next Generation'
    exploring a 350 million year old rare earth pigment, found only in North Devon.

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  2. Luce Choules was one of eight commissioned artists to create work with the rare earth pigment 'Bideford Black'. This film is a performance document, which was shown alongside Luce's other work in the exhibition, 'Bideford Black: The Next Generation' at the Burton Art Gallery & Museum, funded by the Arts Council England.

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  3. This short MP4 film shows a sequence of three field studies made as part of the 'Tide' works by artist Luce Choules, around Faversham Creek in Kent, UK. The residency also includes the participatory project 'How the Wind Blows', and is one of the five Space Invaders commissions facilitated by Nicole Mollett and Kate Wood (Art at the Centre), January - March 2012.

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