Agata Ingarden, Kate Morgan, Emma Stern
Cheek to the Cliff
26th October – 4th November
salt baking – a methodology, 2/10/18
Julia said “slacken the sails;” yield. Because people,
some times, are nitwits.
They never use the language that you are looking to hear.
And you go and imprint this into slack mud! – so as this unsteady impression is what lasts.
explicit forms –
of the arms akimbo of
a figure in a closed room.
each a product of an observer – some first responder
Things either working in contrast or in concert. Subjects as active intermediaries.
This is preposterous, I —-.
I agree with this, yes. Yes, this such imprecise fostering is correct, such sheltering an appropriate homage.
We move in and out of focus.
we frame our products,
fashion tonics in bottles of glass, thoroughly manufacture.
our entities have relationships with other entities
which exist outside of ourselves
1080 g flour, 400 of table salt seems precise
water to bind to a very smooth dough
celeriac ~2.5 hours whole onion 1 hour
‘large parsnip 40 mins’ &
And a whole celeriac looks like a moon or a misplaced football when it is brought out of the oven.
The author envisioned
spelling out on film. The word
The world, in turning, …
high up a place of refuge low down a place of refuge
low and cheek to the cliff high and up there
a sausage on the floor moving, moving,
I said, “dramatise it for me.”
For, to foster, fallibility. In order to not let the image speak and that be it.
It was like this: I gave you the theory of the stone – of its crevice and of its surface qualities, and of how it smelled and of how the frothy water licked at it and retreated from it.
Photos: Malcolm Cochrane