One of a series of studies to test technologies and procedure, April Cottage Void, was a pilot for the Stroey Gallery proposal. The image draws an exact projection of the inside of the cottange on its exterior walls.

The use of electroluminescent wire extends a tradition of lit signs and neon images into the twenty-first century. Electroluminescence, first used in car dashboards by Chrysler in the 1960's , is now available in infinitely long lengths of wire. Easily manipulated, EL wire provides the perfect drawing medium for the nocturnal image.

Supported by Arts Council England and National Lottery Supported by New Environmental Economy (via the Peak District National Park Authority) Supported by New Environmental Economy (via the Peak District National Park Authority)