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Artists document disused buildings of Bletchley Park

27.4.2012
At work in Block D, Bletchley Park by Rachael Marshall

At work in Block D, Bletchley Park by Rachael Marshall

At work in Block D, Bletchley Park by Rachael Marshall

Station X, MK Gallery’s Project Space exhibition during May, offers a multi-sensory insight into the derelict buildings of Bletchley Park, (otherwise known as Station X), the home of the World War Two code-breakers, and arguably one of Britain’s most important historical sites. 

 

The exhibition is the result of a unique collaboration between installation artist Maya Ramsay, sound artist Caroline Devine, photographer Rachael Marshall and film maker Luke Williams.  Together they provide a contemporary interpretation of Station X, by documenting the visual and aural histories imbued in the very fabric of the buildings, before they are lost when planned renovation takes place. This includes work made from surfaces lifted from the walls of the buildings, recordings of sounds produced by and within the decaying buildings, and photographic and filmed documentation of the buildings.

 

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BBC reporter Richard Williams interviews the artists in one of the huts they worked in at Bletchley Park.