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FIELDNOTES FROM A CHOREOGRAPHIC PRACTICE
Lucy Cash


LUCY CASH /PERFORMANCE / MOVING IMAGE / INSTALLATION / CHOREOGRAPHY / WRITING /



SOME PATTERNS OF CURRENT / HAMPTON LIBRARY


http://straybird.org/some-patterns-of-current/18-december-2014/

TO THE LAND / VOICED

http://phytology.org.uk/projects/voiced/

To The Land, 2016 (Extract – first three sections)


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It starts like this: with the sound of rain, heard, not on leaves, or the roof of a hut, but from deep inside the earth.

 

And it starts like this: with wild cyclamen - the architecture of its petals like a folded secret, their colour resonantly pink against the damp brown of late summer soil. A flower as riddle.

 

And it starts like this: with the three most common characteristics of gardeners – economy; simplicity and hospitality. And with the names of patron saints of gardens: St Fiacre; St Isidore; and St Phocas.



Foundling Museum Research Residency

http://www.lucycash.com/notebook/foundling-museum-residency/