Thursday, 24 July 2014

Crumbs from The Word Table - Long Sutton Library


After our morning sessions with the public in Long Sutton Library, Phiona Richards and I moved to the foyer of the library to continue working on the artist residency element of our project. 


The arrival of collaged dolls houses, strange stands and printed birds did cause some curiosity and prompted many conversations.




After each Transported day most of the artefacts 


made there way back to my studio



and at one time I had all three word tables in my dining room


which was a bit of a tight squeeze as it's not a large room. 


 As the weeks progressed it has been satisfying to see the pieces taking shape.

 Photo 'electricegg.co.uk'

A folded book made by Phiona balance on a book shelf


A painted wooden house balanced on a Phiona Richards


More of Phiona's beautiful paper engineering


created out of our bird prints.


On my first day at University I arrived wearing a floral dress when everyone else in the room was wearing jeans so it seems perfectly in keeping that I am captured drilling holes for the book shelves whilst wear a tea gown!


Phiona and I have been on such an intriguing and interesting journey 


and you can see more images of that journey by following the link 

You can see Phiona's images from the project here

Thank also to the marvellous 'electricegg.co.uk' for allowing me to use some of their images of the project.












Transported is a strategic, community-focused programme which aims to get more people in Boston Borough and South Holland enjoying and participating in arts activities, funded by Creative People and Places from Arts Council England.  For more information visit www.transportedart.com.


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