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Round


My work often touches on the cyclical nature of coastal Cornwall, and the ways that its fluid edges shift and turn, leave and reappear. This piece is a linguistic and melodic adaptation of my Bordering linocut print, turning similarly over itself in celebration of the water, stones, moon and time.


With enormous thanks to Dan Hillman for recording, Mark Trevethan for assistance in translation, and Dom Moore for filming this performance with a recording of myself during the One exhibition at Garrison Gallery, Maker Heights.





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