Lizard Exit Plan

2014
Kestle Barton, Cornwall, UK.

A 'pre-Brexit' research project detailing how the current population of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall (UK) could survive the aftermath of an unspecified apocalyptic event, or just decouple from the economy of global capital for no particular reason.

The research resulted in the 76 page 'Lizard Exit Plan' document divided into three main sections: defence, production, and technics. Aspects of the exit plan were illustrated in a series of three cyanotype blueprints, and ten silkscreen prints which were exhibited on the Lizard Penisular itself.

Link to: Kestle Barton website


Lizard Exit Plan Blueprint #1 DEFENCE
Lizard Exit Plan Blueprint #1 DEFENCE

Lizard Exit Plan Blueprint #2 PRODUCT
Lizard Exit Plan Blueprint #2 PRODUCT

Lizard Exit Plan Blueprint #3 TECHNICS
Lizard Exit Plan Blueprint #3 TECHNICS

Event #2.3.3. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing division of Exmoor ponies on Goonhilly Downs into 'keepers' and 'eaters' according to their propensity to useful work.
Event #2.3.3. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing division of Exmoor ponies on Goonhilly Downs into 'keepers' and 'eaters' according to their propensity to useful work.

Event #3.5.1. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing design for new tidal hydroelectric dam at Gillan Creek.
Event #3.5.1. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing design for new tidal hydroelectric dam at Gillan Creek.

Event #6.1.4. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing aluminium salvage schedule at Predannack Airfield.
Event #6.1.4. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing aluminium salvage schedule at Predannack Airfield.

Event #6.2.2. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing conversion of satellite dish 'Arthur' at Goonhilly Earth Station into parabolic solar concentration device for reprocessing of metals.
Event #6.2.2. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing conversion of satellite dish 'Arthur' at Goonhilly Earth Station into parabolic solar concentration device for reprocessing of metals.

Event #6.7.1. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing re-establishment of gabbroic clay pits at Crousa Downs.
Event #6.7.1. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing re-establishment of gabbroic clay pits at Crousa Downs.

Event #1.2.3. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing construction outlines for estuary defences at Tremayne Quay on the Helford river.
Event #1.2.3. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing construction outlines for estuary defences at Tremayne Quay on the Helford river.

Event #1.4.2. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing proposed re-construction of WWII anti-tank landing defences at Kennack Sands.
Event #1.4.2. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing proposed re-construction of WWII anti-tank landing defences at Kennack Sands.

Event #3.3.2. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing remains of mediaeval peat workings on Goonhilly Downs.
Event #3.3.2. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing remains of mediaeval peat workings on Goonhilly Downs.

Event #2.13.2. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing extent of cliff top grazing near Kynance.
Event #2.13.2. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing extent of cliff top grazing near Kynance.

Event #3.1.3. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing classification of conifers suitable for engineering projects on the Trelowarren Estate.
Event #3.1.3. Hand printed silkscreen over giclee. Showing classification of conifers suitable for engineering projects on the Trelowarren Estate.