A photograph of a collage using photocopies and mixed media (urgh, hateful term), showing some places in the curator’s imagination. The images are housed in a stamp album full of empty leaves, once used and since abandoned by the curator’s father, to house his collection of old French stamps of the various republics and empires the French have had since the first release (depicting Ceres, goddess of corn) in 1849. The images – regardless of provenance (Paul Nash woodcut calendar from 2017, photos of animals in Berlin Zoo, 1930, photos and drawings by the curator) – are linked, somehow, to East Lancashire. Did you move here?