2022 | United Kingdom | Documentary


  • 26 mins
  • Director | Chu-Li Shewring, Adam Gutch
  • Producer | Chu-Li Shewring, Adam Gutch

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With a multitude of voices, both human and non-human, this sensorial gem explores the environs of the soon-to-be demolished Fawley Power Station.

With its giant 650ft chimney, Fawley Power Station was a striking Brutalist structure built within an idyllic marshland on the edge of the New Forest.

Using interviews, archive, and observation, this poetic film explores Fawley’s history and impending demolition through playful and profound discussion of themes of ‘power’, nature, environment, and unintended consequences. It addresses the deep psychological role architecture plays in our surroundings and asks, 'What is lost when a building disappears?'