The project began as a dissertation for Jennifer’s MA in Landscape in Culture at the University of Nottingham in 2006. Jennifer works within the emergent and nascent realm of Public Geography, which explores the collaborative potentials of geographers and artists and has far-reaching effects for widening audiences and for pioneering new ways of communicating with those audiences. Following the demolition of the cooling towers last August, Jennifer decided to up sticks and move to Sheffield to explore methods of exhibiting her research.
Jennifer subsequently enlisted the help of two sound artists, Tom Dixon and Lewis Heriz.. Tom is also responsible for installation, and works on various side-projects which explore the potentials of micro-generation technologies. Lewis has a similarly dual role as the project’s graphic designer. Lewis is a freelance illustrator based in London.