The Locus+ Archive (incorporating material from the Basement Group and Projects UK) hosted at the University of Sunderland currently has two PhD posts affiliated to it and is the largest archive of time-based work in Europe. It forms a comprehensive historical overview of contemporary art practice from the early '70s to the present, covering artists' projects from a variety of British and international contexts. Here is a snapshot of the projects that have been digitized to date.

Anya Gallaccio dreamed about the flowers that hide from the light, 2018

A new commission for Lindisfarne Castle delivered in partnership with the National Trust through Trust New Art supported using funding from Arts Council England and the Henry Moore Foundation.

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dreamed about the flowers that hide from the light

Anya Gallaccio Repens, 2000

Repens was a temporary land-work using a decorative motif designed by Robert Adam for the ceiling of the Great Hall at Compton Verney

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Anya Gallaccio Two Sisters, 1998

Two Sisters was a 6-metre high, 2.5-metre diameter and 70-ton column of chalk bonded by plaster installed on the silt bed of the Minerva Basin, Hull. The work was continually modified by the tidal flow of the River Humber until it finally eroded and collapsed.

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Two Sisters