Motor Mouths, created by the photographer and digital artist Richard Jones, offers an insight into Britain’s automotive landscape. Working in partnership with the British Motor Museum and Arts Council England, the audiovisual project includes a 17-minute digital installation of ‘talking portraits’ and timelapse clips featuring workers at the Vauxhall, Bentley and Morgan plants.
- Motor Mouths can be viewed at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon, Warwickshire
Motor Mouths tells the story of the automotive landscape in the UK, from highly automated car manufacturing plants to heritage, hand-built vehicles. Produced by the photographer Richard Jones, the audiovisual project – which took more than two years to plan and 14 months to create – centres on the work of Bentley, Morgan and Vauxhall.