For the Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership I managed the delivery of a geology exhibition for the Clyde and Avon Valleys, exploring how the area's physical features underpin all life in and around the valleys, from how people move around and where they live, to the varied industry and even the natural heritage.
Working with Abound Design and CMC Associates, a multi-sensory, interactive exhibition, utilising principals of immersive exhibition design was produced and is hosted at New Lanark World Heritage Site. Techniques include a soundscape, large scale visuals and light projections, digital and physical interactives, videos, sound recordings and hands-on activities. In addition to being the only exhibition of its kind in the area, its location provides the New Lanark visitor experience with the ability to offer a more complete narrative right back to the origins of the site. After all, geology is the reason for the rivers, and consequently New Lanark Mill's very existence.