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'Serpentine - Fairies Along the Water' from Arthur Rackham's illustrations to 'Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens'

'Serpentine - Fairies Along the Water' from Arthur Rackham's illustrations to 'Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens'

Bea Camacho, Efface 2008  Single-channel video 11 hours 2008 These pics are from a video documentation of an eleven-hour performance during which Bea Camach crocheted herself into a white carpet with white yarn. This project builds on the themes explored in an earlier video performance, “Enclose”, but puts more emphasis on the space around the body, which becomes an integral part of the work as her body slowly disappears into the architecture.

Bea Camacho, Efface 2008 Single-channel video 11 hours 2008 These pics are from a video documentation of an eleven-hour performance during which Bea Camach crocheted herself into a white carpet with white yarn. This project builds on the themes explored in an earlier video performance, “Enclose”, but puts more emphasis on the space around the body, which becomes an integral part of the work as her body slowly disappears into the architecture.

Early 1900 taken by Horace Warner - Spitalfields Nippers - A girl wears a fine dress from an earlier era, probably obtained at the nearby Houndsditch rag market

Early 1900 taken by Horace Warner - Spitalfields Nippers - A girl wears a fine dress from an earlier era, probably obtained at the nearby Houndsditch rag market

William Morris's country house in the Cotswolds - Turlish tiles around the fireplace and blue chairs in the white panelled sitting room at Kelmscott Manor, Kelmscott, Lechlade, Gloucestershire

William Morris's country house in the Cotswolds - Turlish tiles around the fireplace and blue chairs in the white panelled sitting room at Kelmscott Manor, Kelmscott, Lechlade, Gloucestershire

Star and Cross was first documented by the Ladies Art Company, published as Shining Hour by Farm Journal in 1944.

Star and Cross was first documented by the Ladies Art Company, published as Shining Hour by Farm Journal in 1944.

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