Now elements of this process are being displayed within The Daily Winds Tourist Information Centre (TIC), a provisional dwelling place modelled loosely on the rural British TIC. While for some a TIC can symbolise a particular set of British ideals or values connected to tropes of nationhood and nostalgia, for others it can equally provide a means of sharing human connections to places and cultures. In this context, the Tourist Information Centre enables information, fiction and visuals to come together as an on-going investigation into the complexities of ruralism.
Special thanks to all the contributors to the project: Fen, Izzy, Cron, Harriet, Lise, Nadia, Kyla, Disabled Artist Network Brighton, Margot, Eva, James, Sean, Emma, Robin, Cj, Skye, Lee, Leeds Animation Workshop, Cinenova, Annette, Elsa and Daisy.
Here you can find details of the accompanying programme of projects and events, happening both in the gallery space and online. All free to attend.