Blackwell is a house I have explored only by the shifting patterns of sun and shade. The rooms are lit through stained glass windows so that we cannot see out or in. Some windows are almost fiercely geometric, others wilfully odd. Then there are mirrors to pick up fragments of light so the sun comes in but also radiates out. It is, quite simply, a house of great and perplexing beauty.
For this intervention I installed groups of porcelain throughout these strange, dynamic spaces where vessels revealed themselves in different tempi, placed in long slow corridors, in unexpected openings and on deferred thresholds.