How does a 34-turbine wind farm affect our sense of scale and perspective, and our ability to read distance? This talk, reading and workshop draws on a series of encounters with the infrastructure of North Axholme - its turbines and pylons, drains and canals - and considers how the layering of these networks influences our perception of the landscape.
Brian Lewis is the editor of Longbarrow Press, a Sheffield-based independent poetry publisher. He is also an essayist and poet. His publications include East Wind (Gordian Projects, 2016), an account of a walk across the Holderness peninsula, and White Thorns (Gordian Projects, 2017), based on a series of walks through North Axholme.