Animage of a pepper moth which is black and white, shown against a branch

Many layers

Anne Waggot Knott reflects on the impact of combining visits to Bolton Fell Moss with creative work – bringing place, science, real-world reflections and art together as part of the Moss of Many Layers project.

Art piece: Determined Pasts (iii) by Anne Wagott Knott

Determined Pasts

“Pitted metal, sinking, taking its stories down. Broken remnants of an excavation that shattered our bonds with this earth.” PLACE Collective artist Anne Waggot Knott shares the making and thinking that are part of her research.

Artist in Residence opportunity

Artist in residency opportunity for practice-led research with Deep Time, Cumbria’s west coast, and the Centre for National Parks and Protected Areas at the University of Cumbria.


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