Zero Clearance, 2011

 

Lucinda Grange explores the limits of the built environment, accessing places and spaces that are for most unseen, hidden or simply out-of-bounds. She frequently delves below the city exploring and documenting lost rivers and infrastructures such as abandoned subway stations and labyrinth sewage systems.

 

On first glance, most would assume Zero Clearance depicts a London Underground train located in a tunnel somewhere deep underneath the capital city. It is in fact a test train and fake tunnel at a government test facility in a rural location in northern England. Originally founded by Winston Churchill’s government to conduct research into coalmine explosions, the Health and Safety Laboratory now works on incident investigation and research. Grange accessed the tunnel, which sits above ground wrapped up in a blue tarp, after evading the facility’s security staff and crossing Ministry of Defense land under the cover of darkness.

 

C-Type print on Fujicolour Crystal Archive DPII Gloss
Paper size: 30.5 x 25.5cms
Print size: 28.5 x 19.5cms
Edition of 80

Signed and numbered by the artist


£200 unframed

Lucinda Grange | Zero Clearance

£200.00Price

C-Type print on Fujicolour Crystal Archive DPII Gloss
Paper size: 30.5 x 25.5cms
Print size: 28 x 18.5cms
Edition of 80

Signed and numbered by the artist

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