From Kelp and Stone: Anne Vibeke Mou presents an “Amen Glass” born of Drumossie MoorIan McKay
Ian McKay provides background to the history and process of making Drumossie Moor.
“Given that the show was to be staged close to Drumossie Moor, correspondence about Anne’s plans for the show had begun with her explaining that she had been thinking about “the possibility of making an engraved glass object, composed of Scottish kelp ash and rock from a location close to the battlefield of Culloden.” It would be an object that would contain the landscape, “as well as reference the talismanic ‘Amen glasses’ of Jacobite resistance”…
Published December 2021 by Art North magazine.
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