Peter Scott by Lily Ashrowan

Peter Scott by Lily Ashrowan

Set to a sonic landscape of found sound, ‘Peter Scott’ is a document of interventions by Lily Ashrowan and Emily Webb in the space of a derelict textile factory in the artists hometown of Hawick. It is a playful queering of space, intuitively finding new ways of interacting with the architecture of the mill, as well as the objects we encountered within it. It references a personal history, as well as the history of a town haunted by the decline of these factories and the labour of many women and men who worked and moved through the space previously.

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HD Video / 02:21 min / 2019

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