Thursday, 6 May 2010


An apple attempts to gain contact with the world underneath the floorboards, often considered a dangerous environment, objects of the room rarely venture down there. The British soldiers beneath are apprehensive, they are unable to establish whether the object that has been lowered through the opening is an act of kindness or hostility from their neighbours. The world they defend exists amongst the joists and insulation, rooms have been carved and nestled, whilst an orchard is covered in glistening objects which have fallen through the cracks above, in the far distance, hills undulate beneath the blue sky. However, this world is becoming more and more vulnerable, as the timber ages and rots more cracks begin to appear, exposing the room above which they are so keen to avoid.

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