Site responsive / site specific permanent installation for National Trust on the Lewis Carroll Birthplace site. Taking inspiration from poetry by Carroll recalling his place of birth.
'An island farm - broad seas of corn,
Stirred by the wandering breath of morn,
The happy spot where I was born'
And referencing the entrance arch to the Parsonage, where he and his family lived until he was 11, along with the Cheshire railings that surrounded it. The Parsonage was destroyed by fire and this installation is designed to give an ethereal hint that a house once stood here.
overall: approx 300cm x 1150cm x 2500cm