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The stone still feels your touch

Made specifically for a Heritage Open Days exhibition in a Victorian Hearse House at Ninebanks, Northumberland The stone still feels your touch was made in situ. Bridget Kennedy made rubbings with graphite on tracing paper of the cobbled floor of the Hearse House. These were then displayed on a low framework, giving the ghostly impression of floating section of floor. The intention of the work was to bring together ideas around the passage of time, memorialisation and the spiritual and emotional significance of interior space. 

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