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Dwell Time is Launched

What a fantastic launch week! We officially launched last week along the Penistone Line and the reception of the publication has been amazing. Comments included: “You can tell a lot of work has been put into this.” “This is lovely.” […]

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First Day of Our Launch: Reflections

International Day of Happiness started off sunny and warm and was really a very happy day for me, and I think the rest of the Dwell Time team. We arrived at Huddersfield station for a press photo and a pinhole […]

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Railways Stations Installation

We installed the Dwell Time boards at five stations along the Penistone Line today. These are art works which featured in the Dwell Time publication by Hannah Honeywill, Emilia Wilson, Richard Shields, Sue Gardiner and Dianne Murphy. If you’re commuting […]

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Soundchecks & Dwelling on the Future

We did the soundchecks back at our Penistone launch venue The White Heart today. Last time we were there the wifi was down so we were looking to hotspot one of our phones and skype call Anak in LA on […]

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Linechecks, Printing & Collaborative Working

Last week we went to our Penistone venue The White Heart to do line checks in advance of our launch next week. On the way over we saw a double rainbow which reminded us of our late friend, who we’re […]

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Programme Launch Announced

Dwell Time Launch 20th – 22nd March 2019 Huddersfield – Penistone – Sheffield Dwell time: The time a train spends at a scheduled stop without moving. Typically, this time is spent boarding or alighting passengers, but it may also be […]

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VOID VOID VOID VOID

3 void train tickets I’ve been carrying around in my diary for about 8 years. VOID VOID VOID VOID If you repeat any word long enough it becomes a non-word A sound A w-o-r-d Noun: A single distinct meaningful element […]

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Place

An investigation into edgelands, non-places and spaces traversed on the way to somewhere else. How can film be used to create collages about such places and how can the limitations of the camera influence what is captured?

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