working and living primarily amid the solitude of Scotland's western islands, artist Julie Brook incorporates land and landscapes into her work – which she describes as both a response to and a reflection of the environment's effect on her. for her 'Sand Drawing's series, she spent four weeks in the volcanic region of Al Haruj in Libya followed by a further two weeks in the Jebel Acacus mountains, where this piece was sited. as part of a retrospective of her work at The Wapping Project, Brook will be in conversation tomorrow with Gareth Evans (Film Curator at The Whitechapel Gallery), Vicky Richardson (Director of Architecture, Design, Fashion at British Council) and Liz Wells (Professor in Photographic Culture at Plymouth University) to discuss her work

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made, unmade is on until 6 October 2013 at The Wapping Project, Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, London E1W 3SG