We rely on your help to support artists and reach audiences.
Donate here

An Infinite Line: Merseyside

8 Feb - 12 Feb 2016

Project History

Fuel presents An Infinite Line: Merseyside

A Fevered Sleep project

An Infinite Line was an ongoing series of projects that responded to the quality of natural light in different places.

An Infinite Line: Merseyside was a project inspired by the quality of natural light on Merseyside’s coast and estuaries, from West Kirby in the south to Southport in the north.  It explored how the landscape, architecture, weather, and water of Merseyside animate people’s experience of light; and how the light draws attention to the qualities and features of this place.

The project drew on collaborative research with individuals and communities who move around Merseyside’s coasts and estuaries as part of their daily lives, from ferry captains, dog walkers, and runners to windsurfers, fishermen, and meteorologists.


Funded by Arts Council England 

ABB73C5B-A51C-4932-BDF3-C60C9D79146A Created with sketchtool.