Posts Tagged: Elizabeth Masterton

RAF Drytree building identification project

Elizabeth Masterton has been working with researcher Benjamin Oldcorn to unravel the mysteries of some of the derelict buildings on the RAF Drytree site. The RAF Dry Tree/Goonhilly NNR Building Identification Project report was commissioned by Natural England to form

RAF Drytree building identification project

Elizabeth Masterton has been working with researcher Benjamin Oldcorn to unravel the mysteries of some of the derelict buildings on the RAF Drytree site. The RAF Dry Tree/Goonhilly NNR Building Identification Project report was commissioned by Natural England to form

THE SEAT OF CYCLOPS

New work presented last weekend at HAPPIDROME; this time WITH sound. The images below show a glimpse of how the projection interacted with the fabric of the building, a little window on dilapidation. They remind me of prints that I

THE SEAT OF CYCLOPS

New work presented last weekend at HAPPIDROME; this time WITH sound. The images below show a glimpse of how the projection interacted with the fabric of the building, a little window on dilapidation. They remind me of prints that I

OVEMB

New work presented at HAPPIDROME this weekend. It looked great projected on the wall of the bunker. View the Powerpoint here

OVEMB

New work presented at HAPPIDROME this weekend. It looked great projected on the wall of the bunker. View the Powerpoint here

september happ(i)nings..part deux

September events at HAPPIDROME continue on Saturday 26th September with two open events. Sara Bowler, Elizabeth Masterton and Paul Ridout will be showing documentary work of some of their experiments this season, plus some new offerings. Paul Carter and Alexandra

september happ(i)nings..part deux

September events at HAPPIDROME continue on Saturday 26th September with two open events. Sara Bowler, Elizabeth Masterton and Paul Ridout will be showing documentary work of some of their experiments this season, plus some new offerings. Paul Carter and Alexandra

‘there’ll always be an England’ redux

After devising ‘there’ll always be an England’ as a participatory work for Happidrome One,  it was recreated during ‘offsite:inside’ curated by Sara Bowler at Newyln Art Gallery, 2008. I was curious to see how the meaning of a site specific

‘there’ll always be an England’ redux

After devising ‘there’ll always be an England’ as a participatory work for Happidrome One,  it was recreated during ‘offsite:inside’ curated by Sara Bowler at Newyln Art Gallery, 2008. I was curious to see how the meaning of a site specific