Callery, Simon. Contributing artist to Condivisione, the second volume of a two-volume book, Un Diario Tira L’altro. Maria Morganti, Luca Pes, eds. Milano: Corriani (2010). ISBN: 9 78875 02755 Output for the Thames Gateway Project: seeking new art forms for the representation of the experience of contemporary landscape. Simon Callery was the sole researcher for this three-year Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellowship (£216, 857). This cross-disciplinary fellowship was hosted by the Fine Art department at Wimbledon College, University of the Arts London in partnership with Oxford Archaeology, a large commercial archaeology unit. Research in the field was undertaken at a number of excavation sites: Washlands Basin flood relief scheme; Dagenham AND Woolwich Teardrop, London; A2 road widening scheme Gravesend, Kent; and the London Gateway deep sea container port at Shellhaven, Essex. This project set out to challenge assumptions about landscape as enduring and to register the impact of changing landscape on landscape-based painting. The research produced a large group of works titled Pit Paintings and Wall Spines. These works were shown at points throughout the research period. A final exhibition was held at APT Gallery, Deptford, situated within the regeneration zone.