When I visited the Quaker Meeting House in January to view the possibilities of the site, I noticed some of the imposing Victorian wall that encloses this little pocket of land and time had collapsed. The wall was put up around 1880, following the Enclosures Act of Epping Forest, which stopped the willy-nilly land-grab that had been going on and returned the ownership to the authorities.
I love the language and imagery of superstitious folklore, and the delicious slivers of fear invoked by a scratchy mark, a twisted root, a skulking crow.
I took a couple of cups home from the show … 2 drawn cups
These cups document rather a long journey & one in which I may have travelled too far… … Flying alien (love) cups
Someone asked me, at the opening of the show, what the title meant and it stumped me … Lucky Donuts