Lizzie Watts

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works

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say what i am called rhododendrums through your stomach symbientz fishfingers scritch/tank

collab

SWIAC yan tan tethered thames whale

yan tan tethered

 

storm machine, rotatable piping filled with beans, rice and stones to build up to the sound of a storm. Performed with original counting rhyme based on 'black dog' folk lore and regional sheep counting rhymes. When the dog silhouettes were spun they looked as if they were moving as a pack on the hill outside.

Collaboration with artist Verity Coward.

and counting rhyme as part of WITH KIN, Melbury Abbus, Dorset 2017


Hynd leg churnin - Skys a turnin