I collaborated with artists Holly Orpen and Adam Leach on a project
with Nunhead Cemetery, in south-east London.
We made music, volunteered for cemetery clean-up and conservation days, and made rubbings from the decaying poetry amongst Nunhead's Victorian graves.
The project culminated in a walking poem, constructed from fragments of epitaphs and assembled into a mappable, traceable route through the graveyard.
IMPROVISED MUSIC IN NUNHEAD CEMETERY,
Adam Leach on triangle, Hannah Whyte on melodica, and Holly Orpen on lyre, 2018
PERIPHRASIS PAMPHLET, printed and shared on Nunhead Cemetery Open day, 2019
PERIPHRASIS MAP, monoprint on recycled paper, 2018
PERIPHRASIS POEM, monoprints, 2018 - click to enlarge
ADAM AND HOLLY WITH A GRAVE RUBBING ON TRANSPARENT PAPER, 2018