Below are photographs taken during a session with Fashion students from Cronton College, working with Lou Chapelle and artist and costume designer Rachael Prime.
<a href=”http://www.laurencepayot.com”>Lou Chapelle</a> has been appointed by Halton Borough Council to create an ambitious artwork inspired by Halton chemical industry, and working with young people from the borough. Following a series of workshops in October/November 2021, the work will consist of large scale public projections, reinventing the stories of the Halton Bleach Packers and other trades of the chemical industry. It will be created with collaborating artists: costume designer Rachael Prime, sound artist Wendy Smith, poet Louise Fazackerley and film-maker Tim Brunsden. Young people from Halton are invited to contribute to the piece, and we are currently working with Fashion students, Graphic Design students, Dance students and Music students at <a href=”https://cronton.onlineopendays.com”>Cronton Sixth Form College</a>, the Young Choir group and GLOW group at <a href=”https://thestudiowidnes.wordpress.com”>The Studio</a>.
More information and behind the scenes available<a href=”http://www.laurencepayot.com/category/the-bleach-packers/”> here</a>. More information about Halton’s heritage can be found at <a href=”https://www.catalyst.org.uk”>Catalyst</a> and on the <a href=”http://haltonheritage.co.uk”>Halton Heritage Partnership website</a>