7th September 2006
GRADUATE EXHIBITION ON COUNTY’S BOMBER HISTORY
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who graduated last year with first-class honours in Contemporary Lens Media is
holding his first solo exhibition at the
exhibition entitled ‘Into the Wind’ depicts the changing landscape of the
Bomber Command airfields of
Supported by artsNK ‘Into the Wind’ includes contemporary photographs of the airfields, a video installation based on the airfields featuring interviews with Bomber Command veterans as well as photographic portraits of these veterans.
Wind’ is the first exhibition of work from an on-going project based around the
aviation heritage of
Steven said the project arose from his interest in World War II: “I wanted to do a project about Bomber Command highlighting the personal tales of the aircrew as it’s something which has always fascinated me.
“Following my enquiries I managed to get some funding from artsNK and Whisby Nature Park. ‘Into the Wind’ is an exhibition of the work I have done so far; eventually I hope to make a documentary and publish a book.”
After graduating from university Steven started up a digital video and animation company called Electric Egg in Sparkhouse Studios with fellow graduate Neil Baker.
will be an official opening of the exhibition at
Go to photo Steven Hatton
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