Monday, 19 May 2014

Lost in the wood

Working on a Scottish art-anthropology project submission for speculative land use proposals - rarely has anything been more up my street or in this case, up my forest ride. The deadline is quite close and what with meeting wild boar in Perthshire wood (yes, this did happen - not intentionally) - there has been a quietness over p&g. But plenty to tell you and silence is regenerative. In fact, one thing I learnt from my counsellor is if things drop in the pool you can always take them out.



In addition this project has introduced me to the work of Peter Liversidge - on typewriter  - of what I would term art poetry. More on that later.

You can find out more about Speculative Ground http://thecommonty.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/speculative-ground-call-for-submissions.html and Peter Liversidge here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Liversidge

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