Dan Robinson was selected for a residency as part of a collaborative practice with Bryan Davies, and together they developed a project for Cumbriana Proof called Thinking Space for the North (An identity for Parkamoor). Centered at the then derelict Parkamoor farm in the Lake District, the project developed ideas for how the site might be used through exhibitions and live events that created a dialogue with the public, and ultimately a scheme was instituted within the space. Phase two of the project involved improving the fabric of the farmhouse and site within an existing vernacular of skills and materials relevant to the locality.
The project as it evolved was represented within the projects The Return of The Seven Samurai, and Virtually Grizedale.
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