Wayfinding documents ephemeral ritualistic circular interventions into Irish wetlands inspired by ancient Bronze-age stone carvings found in the area.
Three rubbings of a circular stone carved over five thousand years ago begins to question the temporality of human traces on natural surfaces.
Informed by these ancient traces, a series of moving images pieces document our compulsion to mark our presence into the landscape.
The land, indifferent tour steps, springs back up behind each footstep or is restored by the tide.
We witness also a momentary imprint left by the human hand, indistinguishable by the naked unaided eye.
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