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COMPLICIT

GEOGRAPHIES

Jeannette Unite An installation of ‘geo-seam’ mineral strata paintings made in response to the William Smith archives and Smith’s 1815 geological map of England and Wales. Geology, the science behind mining, assists in identifying economic minerals hidden in the subterranean layers. The carboniferous coal seams were of interest to Smith as coal fueled the industrial revolution that began in Britain and underpinned ‘the scramble for African minerals. 22 OCTOBER 2015 - 22 JANUARY 2016

CCANW Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World University of Exeter, UK complicit.geographies@gmail.com www.jeannetteunite.com www.ccanw.co.uk

SA Art Times November 2015  

South Africa's leading Fine Art Read

SA Art Times November 2015  

South Africa's leading Fine Art Read