Disturbance

Kim Martingale* in her discussion about Alice Oswald’s epic poem Dart, suggests that ‘the disturbance is the refusal to resolve the matter at all’.

I’ve been thinking about the real/perceived, story/imagined. And mobile spaces – spaces and objects in landscape on the threshold or that are in a state of disturbance. It left me wondering what would happen if I abandoned the camera for a bit and drew> Or approaching the landscape in terms of collaging of images & story. Fractured. Which takes me back (and forward) to a similar way of working perhaps with paint that I used for the Springs Farm project.

*BRACE, C. & JOHNS-PUTRA, A. 2010. Process : landscape and text, Amsterdam, Rodopi. p322

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