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The Gaia Project in Liverpool created the Gaia Cabinet as an informal working and interaction space during the Liverpool Biennial.Â Featuring work by a number of artists including James Brady, David Haley, Anne Earnshaw and Rebecca McKnight, to name a few.
Brady focused on dead leaves and leaf mould,
David Haley often writes on walls,
Anne Earnshawâ€™s images of water,
Rebecca McKnightâ€™s exploration of food chains,
All images are from the Gaia Project web site.
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