UCLan Photography Lecturer Adam Murray has recently been involved with a site-specific installation project titled The Preston Pavilion. This was a multi-media installation that revisited the origins of the Preston is my Paris collective and explored the initial motivations for starting the project. The core values of the work are intrinsically linked to the original site of production; the city of Preston. Elements of this place were situated in Jerusalem in the form of large-scale photographic prints, audio soundscape, real-time continuous webcam projection, sculpture and archival objects.
This project took place at the WE Festi-Conference for Artist Collectives from 13-15 August 2013 in Jerusalem. Adam Murray worked in collaboration with Rob Griffiths, Jamie Hawkesworth, Robert Parkinson and Adam Mead.