Humanity’s farthest and longest-lived spacecraft, Voyager 1 and 2, achieved 40 years of operation and exploration in 2017. Despite their vast distance, they continue to communicate with NASA daily, still probing the final frontier.
The Grand Tour and Beyond , looks at the story of the Voyager mission and how the twin spacecraft have helped scientists resolve key questions, while raising intriguing new ones about the origin and evolution of the planets in our solar system and the way our solar system interacts with the surrounding interstellar.
The Invisible Border investigates the border as an interpretative concept, and how we as a society often establish symbolic boundaries, based on preconceptions, opinions, attitudes and values, and perceived stereotypes. The invisible Border sets out to explore the suburban parish of Loughton, located within the Epping Forest District of Essex, and the purpose-built suburb of Debden, situated to the North-East of Loughton. Although it is said to form part of the larger urban area of Loughton, Debden is widely considered to be a separate place isolated from Loughton by an ‘invisible border’, which carries its own stigma and notoriety.