“trace no trace”
“trace no trace” was two sound installations linked by a common underlying set of ideas. Together they offered the opportunity to consider movement through time-space – the mundane and routine action of walking and how, by my walking in unusual sites, landscape, in its broadest sense, shapes this.
Each walk was the subject of a sound installation –
“No. 1: trace” (installed at Allenheads Contemporary Arts in April 2018) presents walks in a lead mine and on the fell above the mine whilst following the route of the underground passages;
“No. 2: no trace” (installed at Cheeseburn Grange in May 2018) presents two walks, each one upstream and downstream, along a common route, in a river.