Final Installation

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The best place to view the project is at http://www.rebeccamoss.org/gallery20.html Image by Rebecca Lennon Advertisements

The Car Boot Museum – final exhibition.

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After months of work it was quite strange to see the project distilled into the space of a gallery! The museum itself was upstairs in the main gallery of 44ad studios in Bath,… Continue reading

OSR Project Space becomes the West Coker Sail loft for the production of #cokerwhite

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Tour Reflection

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Well I have been back a week now and slept off the travelling exhaustion – who knew having a museum in your car could be so tiring! But I wanted to write a… Continue reading

Embodiment Theory

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In his book ‘Rock Art and Regional Identity, a Comparative Perspective’ Dr Jamie Hampson discusses how mysterious sites of paintings on rocks and cave walls can be considered as liminal spaces, where an… Continue reading

Final Day – Nunney

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So strange that the tour is over! I will write a more reflective piece over the next few days, but for now here’s our last day in Nunney. It was a lovely day… Continue reading

The tour continues…

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Somewhat slow internet in the wilds so haven’t been able to update as we go along as much as I hoped. But before I set up for the last day of the tour… Continue reading

Day 3 Axbridge and Cheddar

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A quiet but very interesting morning in Axbridge – lots of local history, donated postcards, maps, Kelly’s Directory – I discovered there was once such a job as Inspector of Nuisances! Also great… Continue reading

Day 2 – Chew Valley Lake and Priddy

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Tour Day 1 – Wells and Wedmore.

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An early start today – had to be in Wells for 8.30 as market day, but great spot outside the post office and loads of visitors. Me and Ana were a bit nervous… Continue reading

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    Artist Rebecca Moss, Alice Maddicott and Simon Lee Dicker were selected in April 2015 to create new work, to be presented across Somerset during Somerset Art Weeks Festival 2015 (3rd to 18th October 2015), in any media, taking a different approach to the theme of ‘Momentum’, setting the work within different environments and communities of Somerset.
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