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Published on Dec 14, 2006
From the dregs of existence, the sty of the solar system, comes Swill Hole a new work by artist and director Tim Folland which single handedly degenerates the last 100 years of hygiene. Swill Hole, featuring the Paintor, a scrappy and resourceful practitioner of the lost and wayward arts, was installed and filmed in the Hampden Incubator Project Space during the month of November 2007.The packrat set for Swill Hole is a combination of Parisian artist hovel, Frankenstein-like lavatory, nomad's shanty and shaman's cave. The Paintor, armed with a make shift wine box camel pack of his own design, completed two homemade, junk yard-dog experiments durning the filming: the recipe for a perfect cup of coffee and a magical wine making apparatus, both of which fueled a roller coaster of work throughout the month.