Since Sliced Bread

A visual arts project celebrating and exploring the culture and history of our windmills.

On the tracks of Hilkiah Burgess

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On permanent display at Ayscoughfee Hall are several prints of local scenes originally painted by Hilkiah Burgess nearly 200 years ago.  As part of my Since Sliced Bread research, I am visiting each of the places depicted to explore what links they may have to the ‘field to fork’ journey. The discoveries I make will feed into the work I create for Ayscoughfee, on exhibition in October, 2014.  This is a short (unpolished!) vid  I made on arrival at my first port of call – Gedney Church.

 

 

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Author: Fi Burke

As a conceptually and philosophically driven visual artist, I work with different media including text, flour, installation, film and print. My work can be playful in the way that it explores the everyday relationships between language and thought. I try to make sense of how language and text can form our belief systems, change perspectives, cover up or displace reality or reveal the truth.

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