-in between- news of

November 11, 2012

 

 

Left in a meditation hut in Oxford and avoiding the clutches of a one year old on a narrow boat.

Thanks to the lovely Jess for the photos.

 

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– in between – news

October 1, 2012

Duke of Wellington, Shoreham book shelf…end of August

 

With thanks to Matt and apologies for being so slow.

left in the Dover Castle Pub

found, near huge swirly coffee

within the space of 2 days, news of -in between- left in Brighton and the first news of one found! It can’t be in the same pub, maybe it’s just travelled down the road, or maybe this is an entirely different book.  Why did I not insist on a number tracking system  – oh I remember, I did! Now where did I put that list…..

One drop in a Margate carpark as the sun went down on a hot Spring day.  At the same time a month or two later on Liz and Paul’s bench in Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow. Another, the morning after, welcoming someone back to their car in a multi storey.

-in between- more news

April 15, 2012

 

…this time dropped on a park bench in the beautiful Berkshire village of Waltham St Lawrence.Once again thanks to Matt for dropping and Sarah for shooting.

 

The first photos from the journeys of the – in between- books.  This one dropped in the Museum of English Rural Life in Reading by Matt who writes a great blog on spaces, places and the like called liminal city, he also wrote a brilliant piece spinning out from the project. It’s nice to know the seeds are germinating out there.  Lovely photos by Sarah , much thanks to you both, can’t wait to see where the next one sets down.

I’ve also had news that one got stuck to a windscreen in Margate on a lovely sunny evening, no visual evidence yet though.

book post

February 15, 2012

In the autumn I made the biggest edition I’ve managed so far – 100 little concertina books. With images drawn and screen printed from the etchings I had made about the special wilderness found, for example, under tramlines and between canals and railways.  As I’m not the best at anything and hate wastage, around 40 of the 100 books are a little like special wilderness themselves – smudgy, wonky or a bit scruffy. These 40 are being sent out across the country to 10 wonderful destinations where kind people will start their journey off into who knows where.  I hope to keep some sort of track of them here.