Station X: Documenting the disused buildings at Bletchley Park

A collaboration between an installation artist, a photographer, a sound artist and a film maker that documented Blocks C and D at Bletchley Park prior to their renovation.


Bletchley Park is also known as Station X, where eleven thousand people worked at during World War Two and were sworn to secrecy about their activities for the following 30 years. It is also the birthplace of modern information technology.

 

Station X was exhibited at the Milton Keynes Gallery Project Space and subsequently in the same hut as Alan Turing's office at Bletchley Park.