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John Kippen / Markéta Luskacovà / John Riddy / Dryden Goodwin
The Cathedral is an exhibition of lens-based work by four artists who were in residence in Durham Cathedral during the period 1999 – 2001.
Commissioned by the Chaplaincy to the Arts and Recreation, the four artists offer contrasting approached to the Cathedral, collectively providing unique and complementary visual critiques of the space, the people and its activities.
The exhibition includes black and white and colour photographs by John Kippen, Markéta Luskacovà and John Riddy, and a video installation by Dryden Goodwin.
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