Tuesday, 4 August 2009


Salt irritates, heals, preserves, and centuries ago was a currency of reward.

We marked our trails of crystallised perceptions; some of them preserved, some rolled into the surf or lifted away in the wind; being our reward, or perhaps our irritation.

While Hamish Fulton and Richard Long made an artistic practice of walking solo, we found our work as a little group, feeling the place through our stride-rhythms, jazz-improvising stitch-lines and figures of speech to hold together the seams between sand and waves, land and sky, nevermore and always.

Imagining risen seas - a future whirlpool, made by spiral walking. Dave Pritchard, 12 July.