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Decisions Made Under Uncertainty:Two

Research in to the containment of radioactive waste led to ideas about our relationship to what lies beneath the surface of the land. The second piece in the series 'Decisions Made Under Uncertainty' introduces the idea of interacting with the earth through the act of digging, an image of this is projected onto a small copper weaving. The title for this series is a phrase used by planners in relation to long term decision making processes, wherein the timescale within which these decisions will make an impact is so vast that it is impossible to predict the outcome. This work came out of the project Power in The Land, a publication relating to this can be purchased from www.powerintheland.co.uk
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