Tag Archives: Walking

The Great Lines Project/Blog

Since November 2013 I have been chasing the history of a line. Contour lines on maps were first invented 400 years ago, or perhaps only 250; depending on whether isobaths (the submarine version) count. If you stay above ground then … Continue reading

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Traces of Place

In the way one might prepare a garden for winter, I’ve begun tying loose ends; checking maintenance plans and photo updates from the ranger service, still following up ideas regarding how we might publish the story, updating my website with … Continue reading

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Gaming

Pre-occupied with other projects, today was the first time in a while ‘my glade’ sprung to mind, perhaps because during an early walk I saw a scattering of cones on my path as if the woods were playing a haphazard … Continue reading

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Looking Different

I’m thinking about slowing down, normally associated with ‘getting old’ – check – but in this instance taking more time to really look. The artwork is slow-burn and needs ‘different’ eyes to process its qualities (which are partly about just … Continue reading

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In the Open

This week my base is ‘the glade’, I’m working up close to the smell of sap from fresh-cut leaves, stepping back to inspect my progress, each footfall is cushioned in a plush carpet of leaf mould and moss, the mottled … Continue reading

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The long way round

The big idea was to use a site close to both castle and walled garden

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