Photographs taken by Topographies of the Obsolete's photographer Bjarte Bjørkum, depicting an overview of the exhibition.
For those who didn't have the opportunity to take the long and unique walk through the vast derelict factory site that used to be Spode Works, new photographs from various areas of the site where artworks were situated are now released. Photographs taken of the Topographies of the Obsolete pavillion at the British Ceramics Biennial are to be seen in this visual overview of the exhibition. By taking a look at the folders and documents displayed in the pavillion you would get an inside view into the individual processes and involvement of the artists in Topographies of the Obsolete over the last year. The walls, carpet and furniture which constitute the pavillion used to be the walls and interior of one of the offices in the factory. The wall consisting of shelves with computer equipment is the result of Morten Modin's project "Approaching past".
To take a closer look at all of the projects featured in the exhibition, please check out the projects page.