AN innovative project is set to take centre stage at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery as a prize-winning artist prepares to depict some of Cheshire’s most unique landscapes.

Haecceity – a work that seeks to capture the essence of stunning mosslands around Warrington, will be featured.

Created by the winner of last year’s open exhibition, Tracy Hill the exhibition part of the extended Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival,.

Haecceity, was created by using state-of-the-art mapping technology to explore the geological and ecological identity of a place.

Over the past few months, Tracy has been exploring Cadishead, Little Woolden, Risley Moss, and Delamere mosslands, uncovering their history and ecological make-up to offer a re-imagined understanding of these spaces.

Tracy records information from these distinctive landscapes using a laser scanner and applies the data from 360 degree scans to create her images.

The wetlands offer a geological and archaeological heritage dating back thousands of years, while at the same time offering solutions to many future ecological and environmental challenges.

In addition to being able to view the spectacular pieces, visitors will have the chance to track the creation of the work, as Tracy will create a unique site specific drawing, working directly on the walls of the gallery.

Visitors can also enjoy a multi-sensory experience, thanks to a series of interactive drawings that will trigger sound recordings collected from Risley Moss, adding to the overall experience of the event.

n Haecceity will be at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery until Saturday, June 16.