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chapters:its_soil_was_a_plot [2018/04/25 18:30]
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 __<​del>​Its soil was a plot</​del>​ she do the tree in different voices__ is composed of several connected elements: a 16mm film, sculpture, sound installation and script. Each element is experienced as a spectre of the other, as a non-linear spatial film. The work was shown in 2017 across three sites at Yorkshire Sculpture Park: the YSP Archive, Bothy Gallery and 19th century Camellia House, as part of a group exhibition [[https://​ysp.org.uk/​exhibitions/​art-licks-on-the-heights|'​On the heights'​]] curated by Art Licks. __<​del>​Its soil was a plot</​del>​ she do the tree in different voices__ is composed of several connected elements: a 16mm film, sculpture, sound installation and script. Each element is experienced as a spectre of the other, as a non-linear spatial film. The work was shown in 2017 across three sites at Yorkshire Sculpture Park: the YSP Archive, Bothy Gallery and 19th century Camellia House, as part of a group exhibition [[https://​ysp.org.uk/​exhibitions/​art-licks-on-the-heights|'​On the heights'​]] curated by Art Licks.
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 In the Camellia House, a 4 channel sound work made with Sound Designer Chu-Li Shewring, extends the film sound-track to suggest a summoning of language from the landscape, using part-improvised,​ part-scripted readings with Alan MacKenzie, the Sculpture and Estates Manager at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. These narratives are combined with field recordings made in the Park and underwater in the lake, and material from the YSP archive. In the Camellia House, a 4 channel sound work made with Sound Designer Chu-Li Shewring, extends the film sound-track to suggest a summoning of language from the landscape, using part-improvised,​ part-scripted readings with Alan MacKenzie, the Sculpture and Estates Manager at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. These narratives are combined with field recordings made in the Park and underwater in the lake, and material from the YSP archive.
  
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