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After showing dead flies in Carlisle Cathedral in 2015 and Cockroaches at Ashness Bridge in 2016, Chris will be back to Carlisle Cathedral for C-Art in Extraordinary Places this year.

‘Last Footsteps’ Inspired by ancient footsteps of early man found preserved on rock, my installation is of the last footsteps on earth, a cracked and dried earth, where life is fast disappearing.

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Carlisle

Ceramics,Installation

Carlisle Cathedral in the centre of Carlisle

Parking,Refreshments,Toilets

About your venue - Accessibility

in the centre of Carlisle

could be steps and uneven ground

none

door opens outwards

Yes

uneven church floor

doors can be opened fully

none

nearby at the refectory

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