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Ditherington 23rd January 2007

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Working Note 31st January 2007

still in water or just damp?

three lines
cast-iron
columns
each floor
supporting
cast-iron
beams
cast
two halves
bolted together
heavy flanges.

Working Note 12th March 2007

rippled
drawn
the teeth of a comb

steeping
retting

drying
bruised and broken
brake
crushed
scratching
flat wooden sword
scrutcher

heckling or hackling
cleaning, splitting and separating

line
ribands or slivers
slight twist

The flax was then spun.


Curly Waterweed [Lagarosiphon major]
Water Fern [Azolla filiculoide]
Least Duckweed [Lemna minuta]
Parrot's Feather [Myriophyllum aquaticum]
Canadian Waterweed [Elodea canadensis]
Water-soldier [Stratiotes aloides]


Working Note 12th April 2007

Dennis Oppenheim: 'A Station for Detaining and Blinding Radio-Active Horses' 1981

"Raw material excavated directly on site and material placed on steel sleds inside trenches on tracks aimed at mid-station using rubber straps.

Station incorporates spinning wire mesh gates, turning drum pathways positioned under stacks, vents, liquid and gas processing units.

Ground based rotating receiving bins with wire mesh troughs counterweighted by steel mesh screens directly in front of exit gates."

25’ x 100’ x 250’
Kroller Muller Museum, Otterlo, Netherlands






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