Sethera door Reece Ingram, 1998






Ingram: “I made ‘Sethera’ in response to the environment around me at Grizedale. The undulating hills are populated by sheep. Yan, tan, tethera, methera, pump, sethera is the Cumbrian dialect for counting sheep. I was fascinated by how closely the sheep resembled the landscape they live on. Each sheep is like a small gathering of hills.”













Reece Ingram (E. 1963)











Beelden in het Grizedale Forest, Lake District Engeland


Foto’s: september 2017





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