• Intercept Operator (detail), surface lifted from Bletchley Park wall with carbonised cobwebs and coat rack, 100 x 200 x 12cm, 2012
  • Intercept Operator (detail), surface lifted from Bletchley Park wall with carbonised cobwebs and coat rack, 100 x 200 x 12cm, 2012
  • Intercept Operator (detail), surface lifted from Bletchley Park wall with carbonised cobwebs and coat rack, 100 x 200 x 12cm, 2012

Intercept Operator is part of the STATION X project, in which surfaces were lifted from the walls of the derelict buildings where the Code-breakers worked during World War 11 at Bletchley Park, prior to the buildings renovation into a museum. These buildings had lain derelict for many decades awaiting repair and were hugely evocative of internationally important histories.

Intercept Operator is a surface lifted from a corridoor in Block D at Bletchley Park, where spiders had completely covered the walls in a myriad of cobwebs over the decades. Following a fire in the building the cobwebs had carbonised and become impregnated onto the walls. 

The STATION X project was the subject of a number of BBC interviews and a feature on RADIO 4’s Today programme.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-17730926 

The STATION X project was first exhibited in MK Gallery project space and in Alan Turing's hut at Bletchley Park in 2012. One of Maya Ramsay's works from the project was displayed in the Bletchley Park Rescued and Restored exhibition at Bletchley Park from 2016 -2018. 

https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/the-restoration-of-bletchley-park/QQZuD4hx