'Rich's approach to a physical environment, its context and history, alongside the desire to unpick and embrace the relationships people have with a location, is acutely perceptive, poignant and powerful. His interest in the individual as well as the collective perspective is reflected in his open and positive approach throughout his research but also in the creation of immersive environments for people to engage. His practice ultimately addresses the forgotten, hidden and the overlooked in a hugely intelligent and compelling way.'
Engine of Growth was installed for a festival weekend in Peterborough on 20-21 August. The installation invited people to vote on the fate of a sculpture in the park as a way of creating discussion around the treatment of sculptures in the collection.
Documenting twenty-three works in public and exhibition spaces.
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