Three traditional white-washed field barns wrapped in slow-motion waterfall projections. The piece brings together the landscape characteristics of Upper Teesdale - the waterfalls of the River Tees and the whitewashed barns of the Raby Estate - in an immersive landscape installation.
The three principle waterfalls of the River Tees - Cauldron Snout, High Force and Low Force - were filmed at high frame rates to investigate the individual character of water of each falls. Each of the three barns up the side of the dale, was wrapped with the footage projected on all four sides. each barn wrapped in a different waterfall. The piece also considered the individual character of the barns as well as the wider landscape. The experience of walking through the landscape in the dark was very much part of the piece.
- Dimensions: various
- Category: Architecture, Environment, Film & Video, Installation, Public Art
- Tags: landscape, rural, waterfall, slow-motion, barn, installation, nocturnal