In the gallery space next to the window, du Chatenier shows a new body of work. Once again she uses the format of the narrative but rather than the filmic still of the window display, it is a world reduced to the scale of a table top diorama. Wilderton, is a populated landscape constructed of clay figurines of humans and animals, observation towers, tree stumps and automatic weapons. The surreal shifts in scale within the diorama suggest the story maps a psychological landscape. Wilderton is a place drawn from both our historical human anxieties, the bleak and terrifying expulsion from Eden perhaps comparable to the redundancies in our local economy, and the contemporary fantasies of empowerment we are fed through popular culture - a gun will avenge the injustices laid upon you. Glazed in various shades and textures of black many of the glazes have had an additive of silicon carbide which causes the glaze to bubble and crack disguising the form beneath and creating a scarred and melted effect.