In 2013 Ele Carpenter traveled with artists Jon Thomson & Alison Craighead to the Low Level Waste Ltd site, near the village of Drigg in Cumbria. Like many nuclear sites, the acronym title of the site fails to fulfill the role of a proper name, and instead the site is commonly known by the name of the local town or village. Whilst the absence of a proper name could be a strategy of nuclear invisibility, it has the adverse affect of tarnishing the locale as a nuclear site. The same problem occurs with nuclear power stations and underground research laboratories.
In 2013 Lise Autogena and Ele Carpenter visited the Aldermaston Women’s Peace Camp at AWE Aldermaston, UK.