Photo Gallery: Auto – Destruct, Cross Lane Projects, Kendal
Fancy checking out an art exhibition in a former Kendal Mint Cake factory? Of course you do. Founded by Cumbria-born artist Rebecca Scott and her husband, sculptor Mark Woods, less than a year ago, Kendal’s Cross Lane Project is gaining recognition for bringing new contemporary art and debate to the North West.
This summer, Cross Lane’s exhibition Auto – Destruct is a group show seeking to “examines themes of our fascination and capacity to be seduced by world-changing inventions and technologies that may or may not lead to improvements”. The works take a look at vehicles, such as cars, as devices of both liberation and destruction.
Main image: Auto-Destruct images from Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop. Photograph copyright Paul Tucker.
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