black bird bath (mark)

 

There’s nothing much better than seeing a blackbird take a bath. 

Over the past few years I have perfected the art of placing of trays and dishes, and regularly filling them so I maximise all opportunities for seeing the excellent activity: the beautiful choreography, the specific structure and technique of the blackbird’s encounter with water so full of air and feathers. 

After the flight away, I like to see the trace, the water scattered.  

About inquiline

Contemporary artist making live performance, sound, video and digital artworks, with people and places. Often nature is involved. Parks and other urban green spaces and networks are at the centre of my current research interests beside a long term general interest in the meeting points between the human and non-human.

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