Crossed Paths, 2018
Miranda Whall's recent work Crossed Paths is a three-part project spanning Wales, Scotland and France, and is inspired by the short book The Living Mountain by Nan Sheperd. The first part of the project focuses on the bio-diverse Welsh Cambrian Mountains, where, in the summer and autumn of 2017, Whall crawled along 5.5 miles of sheep tracks wearing a sheep fleece and 15 lightweight, waterproof cameras. Footage edited from the cameras she wore, along with a documentary film, photographs, texts, and samples of upland plant matter, were displayed in her solo exhibition at Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, UK.
This book provides a document of the interdisciplinary Crossed Paths project and was published to co-inside with Whall's solo exhibition. It includes an introductory text by Simon Whitehead, photographs by Hannah Mann, Rhys Thwaites-Jones and Miranda Whall, poems by Zoe Skoulding, text by Phil Smith, map drawings by Miranda Whall, plant drawings by the Whall family and plant information by Mariecia Fraser.
Published by Oriel Davies Gallery
Editon of 125
Papers: Cyclus Offset (140gsm). Cover: Keaycolour, Original China White (300gsm)
234 x 187mm
Curator Iliyana Nedkova wrote about Whall's Crossed Paths for the Edgework Journal. Please click here to read Nedkova's essay Cultural Environmentalism of Hope.
Miranda Whall | Crossed Paths
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