Anya Gallaccio's 'Untitled Landscape' 2014 at Snape Maltings as part of the 14-18 NOW festival and the SNAP art programme at the Aldeburgh festival. Photograph: Owain Thomas/Aldeburgh Music/NT. Courtesy of The Guardian

Professor Anya Gallaccio in review

'Traumatised' pebble pictures exhibited to mark centenary of first world war

By Maev Kennedy for The Guardian on June 11, 2014

One small scorched pebble, described by the artist Anya Gallaccio as "traumatised" in an explosion at one of the eeriest places in England, stands for a century of sinister and secret events, many of them still covered by the Official Secrets Act.

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