Annabel Duggleby's practice employs film, installation and sculpture to address issues of landscape and power. Her work explores the politics of mobility and how the regulation of space and movement affects all of our lives.
Yarl’s Wood (2016) investigates the site of Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre near Bedford, England. The film explores the ways in which landscape and power are intertwined, and how Law and the regulation of mobility affects physical and psychical space.
National Biennale: Derby 2016