The Time Machine that is Landscape brings together sound, video and paint in unison to bring the sensorial delight of the Cornish landscape to life. Julie Freeman’s environmental field recordings are embedded within, behind and around Robert Clarke’s paintings, while Stewart Rainbow’s video, projected and panning slowly across the walls, periodically intersects with the paintings. Poet Karen McCarthy Woolf’s haiku dot the walls, intensifying the remotely reenacted atmosphere.
2006 The Curator’s Space, London
Collaboration with Robert Clarke, Stewart Rainbow and Karen McCarthy Woolf