A Birmingham Photographic Exhibition will show photographs taken at Bramcote Hills on the site of the former golf course about two years after it closed. They show the land quietly reverting back to its natural state. These images are in the Exhibition courtesy of George Miles.
One of the exhibits, ‘Artificially Real’ comes from Broxtowe Borough Council’s very own Waste and Recycling Co-ordinator, Emma Georgiou who is a photographic artist in her spare time. ‘Artificially Real’ focuses on a Remote Control race track located near Newthorpe although these images form part of her wider ‘Lunchtime Walk series; a body of work documenting her exploration of the local landscape during her lunch breaks away from Kimberley Depot.
The exhibition, entitled East Meets West 2.0 opens at The Waterhall, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery on Thursday 6th October until Friday 6th January 2017.
For more information contact Broxtowe Borough Council on 0115 917 3141 or visit www.birminghammuseums.org.uk/bmag/whats-on/east-meets-west