The Moore Field II
Matthew Harris The motifs; dots, lines and patches of colour are inspired by old maps denoting roads and fields.
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Field Notes was feature on
Radio 3 In Tune. You can listen again, the interview starts at about 1hr 36 mins in.
Using old maps of Shropshire and graphic scores as common starting points, Skempton and Harris have engaged in a creative exchange resulting in complementary new works from each artist.
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