dead house

To discover
To set out with purpose
To find what?
Things that will ask me something about my being here in the world

To be alert ot the possibilities of things
To not prioritise one possibility over another
To set out with this intent only
To work within the constraints of what is practicable

To not be overburdened by weight (of kit or ideas)
To stay agile
To add on (or improve) as a result of discovery ways of collecting the found
incorporating these into a usual methodology of working

To avoid hierarchy
Not to repeat but to follow
looking for something new
I know what I’m looking for in the sense that I know I will know it when I see it

Chesil Beach
a transitional place
where erosion takes over from defence
a coming loose, detachment
where sea meets unsure (un-sure) land
Open water and enclosed lagoon
where differences are separated
whilst existing together
A sortal place
Pebbles sorted by the action of the sea

Dead House
Dead, timeless, time run out
The cycle of life, lifecycle, a return to the water
Inert, inertia
House for the dead, the dying (practice?)
A place to pass through
take from, give to
To rejuvinate
A passing place, a temporary dwelling
en-route to somewhere else

Blog diary:
February 27, 2015 / arrival notes
February 28, 2015 / the sea of stories
March 1, 2015 / a different sortal sense
March 13, 2015 / found sound and sculpture
March 14, 2015 / real time delay
March 15, 2015 / small steps

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