All images are moments photographed across the run of Aggregate. Alongside Edna Lumb paintings and archive, other materials brought into the space included; Thames river water collected from under London bridges, glittery rocks from the abandoned quarry (where Edna painted 'Abandoned Quarry), mud from the curator and Fritha Jenkins' boots collected during performances and site visits. Stone from a working quarry (where Edna painted), surgical gloves filled with bath water after the artist bathed, Thames foreshore stones, video footage of Fritha Jenkins and flatmate dancing in the kitchen.
Video is a collage of some of the videos which were made and shown during Aggregate, sound from the final performance, audio recording from site visits, performances and conversations. Song is Donna Summer, I Feel Love.
Some of the Edna Lumb paintings included in Aggregate, From left to right Horsforth Quarry, Abandoned Structure, Sandpit (Horsforth Quarry), Photos credit Hamish Irvine. Photo of Horsforth Quarry 2018 taken by Stephen Goodwin during a visit with Fritha Jenkins and Catriona McAra.