A topographical study of the post industrial landscape of the Wallonia region of Belgium
12-14 July 2017
Daily 11am - 3pm
New Glasgow Society
1307 Argyle Street
Glasgow G3 8TL
The series ‘Ligne 125’ forms part of an on-going project documenting the changing landscape of Europe.
The work is a collection of observations along the main railway line connecting two major cities in the Wallonia Region of Belgium, starting in Liege and ending in the provincial capital of Namur. Focusing on the topographical changes around the post industrial Landscape of the Wallonia region, the work centres on an area that has seen major changes to its social and economic infrastructure.