|The Mottisfont Plane tree|
Rather late in the process, I have joined the party, and my daughter Alice (a recent graduate in Cultural Studies) has decided to come along for the ride.
We arrived at the artists' studio in Mottisfont on 5 September, having never been to this part of Hampshire before.I could tell from the co-creative session we joined that the earlier workshops had already generated a great deal of activity and diverse interpretations of Mottisfont.
|Drawing of the co-creative workshop, made without looking at the paper|
The visiting public were predominantly retired, white, middle class couples with the occasional grandchild. I imagined they were daydreaming, as they perambulated in the sunshine, about the luxurious lifestyles of the former owners, admiring the walled gardens, riverside walks and 'great tracts of land'.
|Window within the Cellarium |
around which the current house has been built
|Scheming with an ice-cream|
|Alice in the Cellarium|
|The Cellarium houses a soundscape installation, |
with overlapping loops of sound composed by Hywel Davies
|Who is this? Pan?|