Unearthed – 2015


Unearthed (A seed that came back with me from a walk whilst thinking about Dawes’ Twineworks) is one of a series of 7 drawings exploring the social history of Dawe’s Twineworks. These labour intensive drawings mirror the tough and arduous work undertaken at the Twineworks, each telling a different story, from ‘the coin that paid for the Kaisers sail’ to ‘a child’s boot found after 150 years underground’.

Pencil on paper (410 x 310cm) Residency at Dawe’s Twineworks, Commissioned by Somerset Art works

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