Finally printing these in the studio – working on printing the 2 large woodcuts next to each other twice on a long scroll of paper. Like the idea of it being together without a fold so that it can be shown in different ways. This was part of a recording done in april here on a walk with 4 nightingales – the lines are present to keep the song in a kind of ryhtmn or tempo without it its flies off whereas with it is seems to occupy space. The nightingale is so fluid when you hear it – it sounds to me like water but when you see the real structure of the song it appears almost mathematical it is very up and down repetitive and constrained. The movement is upward. this is one version of how it might be shown.

relief printing made on pine boards with waterbased ink on kozo.