Have managed to get some painting done - but still not enough




Latest iteration of our installation

Confusing Shadow with Substance is now up at the

Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine, Scotland.
















Open Saturday January 22nd until Sunday February 20th 2022










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Ling received: fishermen of the far haaf – a sound walk around Stenness

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A sound walk at Stenness Fishing station, Northmavine, created collaboratively with film/sound artist Jo Millett, and artists collective Satsymph:   

This sound walk invites you to explore Stenness beach as it once was – an important fishing station until late 19th century. Re-imagine the beach as a hive of activity, where communities of fishermen and traders made temporary homes over summer months.

Placed in the landscape are audio fragments of sounds and voices, taken from observations of early travellers and archival documents directly relating to deep sea ‘haaf’ fishing: agreements binding men to the summer fishing, indebtedness, accounts of storms and loss of life, even what the fishermen bought for their tea –  so you will encounter many different voices as you wander around the beach.

Here's a link to the Sound Walk September page - where you can hear some extracts from the sound walk<a href=''><img src=""></a>
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A permanent site-specific sound walk, you need to go to Stenness Beach, Northmavine, Shetland, to experience it. Details are on our project website: 

Leaflets are available in various locations (TI in Lerwick has some).

Instructions on how to download the app and the QR code to scan are also here:

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