SCRUB – A Mere Literary Fringe and Apples and Other Languages exhibition
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To access the video performance of Caroline Harris reading her poems, please follow this external link to YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJHB8-0Kokw&feature=youtu.be
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.
This item contains the list of works by Caroline Harris exhibited in Apples and Other Languages at the Beaumont Gallery, Mere, 5–14 October 2018, with photographs of the works in the gallery, images of printed invites, a project information sheet and text about the author used on the Singing Apple Press website.
The exhibition ran alongside the Mere Literary Fringe festival, for which Caroline Harris read from ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ on 5 October. This item includes the ‘Mere Uncut’ video which was run on a laptop during the exhibition opening; the YouTube video shows parts of the reading.
Exhibition images by Jon McLean courtesy of Singing Apple Press.
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