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The Space Invaders commissions were funded by Arts Council England and Kent County Council. The Toolkit was compiled by FrancisKnight.

Group Exhibition

Luce Choules // Lucy Steggals
Artists in Residence Space Invaders commissions 2012: Faversham // Blue Town
Originally shown in Kent as separate exhibitions during March this year, this show brings together these two bodies of work at the Ground Floor Left gallery space in Hackney, London. Exhibition dates are Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th June (12-5pm), and the Private View date is Friday 22nd (6–9pm).

Luce Choules Tide [a display of photography, films, and maps]
Lucy Steggals Colour Mining Blue [an archive of photography, film and audio]

Tide 2012

Luce Choules

© Matt King 2012

© Matt King 2012

© Matt King 2012

The exhibition featured maps, photographs, film works, and objects.

ISBN 978 1 907296 01 7
Title ME13

The publication Tide features in the exhibition of the same name as part of the Space Invaders commissions in Kent. After the exhibition, the publication will be used by Art at the Centre as part of Swale Borough Council’s regeneration programme – the purpose of which is to make connections between the natural areas along the creek and its relationship with the communities that border it.

See Art at the Centre for more details about this publication, or Fieldwork Folio to see the layout and publishing details, alternatively it is available to buy here.

Click the link here to download the A3 single-page PDF.

Whilst I have traversed the trail for water, I have also made work under the theme of Barriers. For more information, please visit my Mappalogue site.

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The Ham Marshes are covered in shallow pools suspended by soft undulating grassy grazing land.


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I have a Tudor barn at my disposal for this residency in Faversham, Kent. It used to be the town’s food store. Now it is home to Sea Cadets. I liked the dots on the floor. I’m not sure what they mean, but it got me thinking of the word ‘unit’.


In early February, I started to walk the Saxon Shore Way with my cameras looking for images to describe the marshlands around Faversham. When I returned the next week to make the third part of the work snow had happened in between…

This made the walk into Faversham from the bunk barn interesting…


The SS Way is a long distance path that traces the coastline of Kent. I am interested in the points between Teynham and Whitstable, taking in Conyers Creek, Faversham Creek and The Swale.

A reminder of where I began…

Faversham to Whitstable (east)

Ham Marshes
Nagden Marshes
Cleve Marshes
Graveney Marshes

Faversham to Conyer (west)

Oare Marshes
Uplees Marshes
Luddenham Marshes
Teynham Level

ORGANISATION Art at the Centre

PROJECT Space Invaders

RESIDENCY TS Hazard see page #2
(Saxon Shore Way, Kent, UK)

TIME-SCALE January – March 2012 (walk: February 2012)
Exhibition: March 2012 (plus additional London date tbc)

Yesterday, I found out that my application for the Space Invaders project with Art at the Centre was successful.

I presented my work to a panel of four people, all partners for the project, in the UK on the 10th January 2012. The panel included:

Nicole Mollett, lead artist for Art at the Centre | Kate Wood, arts officer for Economy and Community Services at Swale Borough Council | Mrs Dale Alexander, chairman, and Bryan Taylor, 1st Lt. acting officer in charge, represented TS Hazard and the Faversham Sea Cadets.