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Thread #133786   Message #3038705
Posted By: GUEST,cs
23-Nov-10 - 11:20 AM
Thread Name: Psychogeography and Folk
Subject: RE: Psychogeography and Folk
"but that's a nice bit of stonework in a lovely spot."

I think what is pkeasing about those pieces when you encounter them while walking (there is a series of them along the length of the track which crosses the entirety of Norfolk from South to North) is that they are terribly discreet, and can be easy to miss in the undergrowth.

The artist who made them talks in particular of the sense of place (as one might gather) and the potency - in the present - of the symbiosis of human history (Peddars Way was trade route active in Roman times) and landscape. At least that's approximately what I recall from memory.