About120 modern day magic lanterns" grouped in a series of narrative sequences and photographic tableaux are distributed unevenly throughout the cavernous space of the former church. Two types of images are projected. The first type is from the collection of images that Mark Ingham has been using for the past few years in his research. This research explores idea that photographs are âexternal memory systems' and that our autobiographical memories are bound by neither "skin nor skull". The second type of image will use photographs taken over recent months of the outside of Dilston Grove and its locale. The "camera projectors" generate images which are fragile, illusive and attempt to create a kind of "mental time travel."