Y Garned Siambr / The Chambered Cairn

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2016, HD Video, 17mins 58secs
Artist in Residence, Parc le Breos, Gower – November 2015 – April 2016 including workshops, events and film

Considering migration as a mode of collectively understanding the past, The Chambered Cairn is placed in opposition to the current cult of the individual showing the tension between individuality and society. Created following a 6 month residency at Neolithic site, Parc le Breos, in South Wales, it draws upon themes of shelter, survival, hunting and ritual. The project was supported by Cadw.

Blog post for National Museum Wales