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Three week residency and resultant exhibition of work made in response to Bolwick Hall in Norfolk and its surrounds.

Research into the methodologies of Humphrey Repton, the history of the house and a diaristic record of the curious incidents that befall an urban dwelling artist when left in the country influenced the range of work made for exhibition. This included a near invisible maze set amidst an area of tress, a series of postcards mimicking an original sent in 1907 by a former resident of the house and the re-enactment of an occupation in the middle of the lawn.

This work was generated alongside that of artists Faye Claridge, Sophie Horton and Tony Charles and (curator) Caroline Fisher.

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Viewing, Maze and Correspond, installation views and work in progress, BOLWICK ARTS 01 exhibition, 2003