Jill Randall
‘ Aftermath ’.

Hard Rock Gallery,
Geevor Tin Mine World Heritage Museum,
Pendeen, Penzance,
Cornwall. TR19 7EW
Feb 15th-Oct 23rd 2016

This exhibition of work  was produced in direct response to the post-mining landscape of Geevor, alongside work from Randall’s  Artists Residency at Parys Mountain Copper Mine, Anglesey.
‘Aftermath’ is the first exhibition for ‘Another Eden’, a major art and industry project
which Randall is leading, and which aims to explore the 10 sites of Cornish World
Heritage Mining from a visual arts perspective, creating innovative new artworks, and
engaging local communities and visitors to the sites.
Against the rich backdrop of the World Heritage site of Geevor Tin Mine , the exhibition draws strong connections between the environment of the working mine and its aftermath landscapes , offering a different way of interpreting these sites, their history, unique ecology, and alternative beauty.

Jill Randall 'Toxic Garden'.

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