Ruth Barker

Ideas Move Away From Abstraction

2006
Intermedia @ CCA, Glasgow
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Materials: Watercolour text on wall, plywood, indian ink

Dimensions: variable

 

Woodcut block made from memory of Anselm Keifer's Grane 

images by Steven Higgins

 

 

- The boy went back to look at the mare dead on the rocks. Seeing her chest rise and fall he thought she might still live, but it was only the murmuring of larvae making a home.

- A horse’s head in a sack is the best way to catch eels.

- The hooves rose and fell on the road like the drumming stumps of an amputee.