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Uploaded on Jul 1, 2011

Project for ARTSIDE 2011 | Southend-on-Sea | www.artside.org.uk



RICHARD BAXTER



HOARD
A spherical goldfish bowl filled with water.
Several dry but unfired pots relating to the timeline of the history of pottery making are lined up. These pots are facsimiles of ones on show in the museum which were all made or found in the Southend area.
Each day one pot is immersed in the bowl and allowed to dissolve back into mud.
Each pot contains 'treasure' (kept in bank cash bags) which is revealed as the pot breaks down.
Each successive pot represents a later time period, and may be in a different clay colour to result in stratification of the sediment.

I will record the process in photographs and on video.


Richard Baxter,
Old Leigh Studios, 61 High St, Old Leigh, SS92EP, Essex
01702 470490 or 07929 607270
www.richardbaxter.com
richard@richardbaxter.com

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