Note for diary: 4 th and 5 th September 2021 at Foxhall
House near Harrington, NN6 9JL. 11AM- 4PM

In a house and gardens on the former Harrington WW2 secret airbase – adjacent to the 1950s
Thor nuclear missile site – four Northamptonshire artists explore the meanings of time, space
and place in this one-time setting of war and conflict, today a sleepy farm for agriculture and wild
nature. For two days only, a setting for artwork, displayed in house, studios and gardens.
Gina Glover, who lives at Foxhall, presents her sculpture assembled from the past life of the air
base and current life as a working farm. Alongside her camera-less photography she explores
the overlays of past and present and through her experimentation interrogates the found
material providing a new landscape of emotional connectivity.
Kettering based artist Graham Keddie, shows film with sculpture echoing the historical
significance of this secret place. Through new work made for this exhibition; ‘again and again and
again and again’, he examines location, narrative, tethering and time.
Brigstock based Rosalind Stoddart, uses fleece from her alpacas. ‘From field to studio’ she
explores colour saturation, texture, surface and fusion of materials to create sumptuous results.
Kettering based Susan Williams, will explore the lawns of Foxhall. Her minimal interventions key
into their surroundings, energising the material and space. Illusions of floating and evanescence
conjure the magical and metaphysical: the many layered works transform into a meditation of
time and place.
Foxhall House is located on Lamport Road (B576), between Harrington and Lamport,500 metres
from the Carpetbaggers airbase war memorial. Put the postcode NN6 9JL into your Satnav and it
will bring you straight to the entrance. Parking and disabled access available. Not suitable for
children under 10. Please bring face masks to wear inside the buildings.
For further information contact Gina Glover, 07973 436282;
Rosalind Stoddart, 07717 597063.