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Sheffield opened its doors to us for the second chapter of JERUSALEM. A wintery journey was undertaken by David Raymond Conroy, Richard Healy and Mary Hurrell - bedding down in the frost trimmed countryside of the peak district, before descending upon the concrete citadel. The artists and their work was hosted variously across the city, using architecture as a found material in a series of public performances.

Taking the form of collective journeys, JERUSALEM is an ongoing project that commissions artists to make work informed by, housed within or seeking alliance with selected architectural sites across the UK.