Spiral Jetty

I am currently half way through the first draft of ‘Three Miles to the Horizon’. Throughout the play, time and space seem to be big themes.

Sharon, my wife, suggested today that I could maybe do some visual research (normally my research tends to involve lots of reading, googling, film and documentary watching, music listening and musing). Today I found these images which I really like, I am not sure how they will effect or influence my work, but I thought I might share them here.

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“What cargo might have berthed at the Spiral Jetty?….My guess is that the cargo was a clock, of a very special kind. In their way, all clocks are labyrinths, and can be risky to enter.” (JG Ballard in conversation with Tacita Dean about Robert Smithson’s ‘Spiral Jetty’- The Guardian 27.04.10)

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