Toby Smith: Renewables Project exhibition

CR readers may recognise the above image, as it featured in the Grid section of our May issue. The photographer behind it, Toby Smith, is now exhibiting more work from his Renewables Project at theprintspace gallery in London, from 20 August…

CR readers may recognise the above image, as it featured in the Grid section of our May issue. The photographer behind it, Toby Smith, is now exhibiting more work from his Renewables Project at theprintspace gallery in London, from 20 August…

“With its raging seas, wind-swept hills and high rainfall, Britain has more potential kinetic energy for capture than any other landscape in Europe,” explains Smith of the project on his blog.

“Nowhere is this concentration of energy more intense than the rich Scottish landscape where renewable energy has been providing power from the glens for over 60 years.” The Renewables Project documents some of the sustainable alternatives available that are being put to the test in Scotland.

Here are a few more images from the show:

The Renewables Project runs from 20 August to 1 September at theprintspace Gallery, 74 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DL. Opening times: Monday – Friday, 9am – 7pm. Admission free.

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