Boundary Songs exhibition – Last Few Days!

“Really original perspectives on what is all around but rarely ‘seen’. Fabulous light and shadows intertwined…

“Such a refreshing view of the UK, England, Life right now!

(recent comments from the visitors book)

The Boundary Songs exhibition at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal is now into its final few days (ending on Friday 23rd October 2020). We’ve had some fantastic visitor feedback – here are some of the alluring images from the show…

David Banning and Julian Hyde spoke about the exhibition with Helen Millican on the BBC Radio Cumbria Evening show on Monday 19th October – click here to listen. David also featured on another programme with Helen aired on the 15th October, speaking at length about the inspiration and process of writing the Boundary Songs book – fittingly recorded underneath the looming presence of Shap Pink Quarry! Click here to listen back. Don’t miss the track ‘The Hobb’ especially chosen from Richard Skelton’s Border Ballads album (that features in the Boundary Songs film) played in between the chat alongside other music from Kraftwerk and XTC.

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