Great morning with the old miners of Elliot Colliery to celebrate their contribution to the community. The Winding House Museum, New Tredegar featured a digital installation from Richard Jones / Vision Fountain as part of the exhibition to clebrate the 50th anniversary of the closure on the mine:
Articles by: Richard Jones
From BBC “It is important for Wales to continue investing in renewable energy, according to the environment secretary. Lesley Griffiths’ comments come ahead of the biggest onshore wind farm in Wales and England being officially opened in south Wales on Thursday. There are 76 turbines at the £365m Pen y […]
This photograph taken for the Energy+Notion project. The audio visual project looks at Wales’ changing energy landscape, especially with regard to coal and renewables. There are few remnants of over 600 deep mines that were sunk in South Wales. The Hetty winding wheel, that sits just above Hopkins town on […]
Richard Jones (via VisionFountain) is making a digital installation for the The winding House Museum to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the closure of elliot Colliery.
Energy+Notion features in the Guardian online https://www.theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2016/nov/15/coal-mines-to-turbines-how-energy-shapes-the-welsh-landscape-in-pictures
Energy+Notion will be showing at the Blackwood Miners Institute at 7.30 pm – 24th & 25th November 2016 The film will be shown in conjunction of the play “Coal” For details click above link or here: https://your.caerphilly.gov.uk/bmi/whatson/eventlist/3#COAL
From The Western Mail: “Photographer Richard Jones’ “Energy+Notion” project tells the story of energy in Wales, from the remnants of coal mining that shaped it’s towns and landscapes to the new wind farms springing up where the the mines once stood. The project was conceived in collaboration with he Arts […]
Energy+Notion will open at the Newbridge Memo at 6.00 pm – 11th November 2016 will include a couple of screenings prior to the showing of Land of Our Fathers. Entry is free for both films. Please come along.