Lou Hazelwood | Landscapes of the (Un)known | March 2020

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Through the alchemical processes of the analogue darkroom, Hull based artist Lou Hazelwood brings to BasementArtsProject a series of abstract photographic artworks. Using alternative methods of production and old photographic paper stock these artworks are something akin to rural landscapes. 

The artist also has a fascination with the rapidly disappearing structures of the gasometer, and alongside her abstracted landscapes will be a series of images dedicated to these now endangered pieces of industrial architecture.

Hazelwood’s exhibition is an exhortation to the viewer to re-engage with photography as an abstract art form and as documentation of worlds both known and unknown

Friday 6th March | 7:30 - 9:30pm

Exhibition Open
Sunday 8th March | 2pm - 4pm
Monday 9th March | March | 11am - 2pm
Thursday 12th March | 11am - 2pm
Sunday 15th March | 2pm - 4pm
Monday 16th March | 11am - 2pm
Thursday 19th March | 11am - 2pm

Exhibition Remains Open By Appointment until
Monday 30th March

Lunchtime Conversation
Tuesday 17th March | 12 - 2pm

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Lou Hazelwood

Lou originally from Leeds is an artist based in Hull since 1991. She has many years experience of exhibiting both regionally . . . . READ MORE