Focus on Fens and neighbours

PUBLISHED: 14:22 13 April 2006 | UPDATED: 11:39 04 May 2010

AT THE ART OF THE FENS: Annabel Howland.	 Photo: HELEN DRAKE 9399

AT THE ART OF THE FENS: Annabel Howland. Photo: HELEN DRAKE 9399

A NEW multi-media exhibition at Babylon Gallery, Ely, focuses on the Fens landscape. Drains, Cables and Cuts is the work of Annabel Howland. She has put together a series of cut-out images, photographs and a digitally-animated film. The exhibition is the

A NEW multi-media exhibition at Babylon Gallery, Ely, focuses on the Fens landscape.

Drains, Cables and Cuts is the work of Annabel Howland.

She has put together a series of cut-out images, photographs and a digitally-animated film.

The exhibition is the latest in a series of works on the theme of landscape and technological innovation produced as part of Silicon Fen, a three-year programme of artists' projects supported by the Arts Council England.

INFO: Drains, Cables and Cuts runs until Sunday, May 14, at Babylon Gallery, Ely. Admission is free and the gallery is open from 10am-4pm Tuesday to Saturday and from 11am-5pm on Sunday and Bank Holidays. It is closed on Mondays. There is a free drop-in art activity in the gallery throughout the exhibition.


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