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Selby, Mark (2016)
Languages: English
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Using research gathered from the National Fairground Archive (at the University of Sheffield) and working directly with a bespoke bicycle frame maker, the project developed a sculptural work (and written paper) that explored both the theoretical and practical operation of 'looped' experiences during work (industries of manufacturing) and play (industries of leisure). The resulting peripatetic, sculptural work operated as a mobile field-data gathering machine. Following circular fairground routes and disused sites, material was gathered and translated via the machine to produce visual 'light' works that acted as a record of that experience.

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