Brother and sister, have been making things together since 1996. Based in Cornwall, they work all over the world making theatre, creating artworks (mainly out of mud, plants, steel and mosaic) and setting fire to things.

Thousand Mile Eye

In October and November 2018 we lived in Shalowan Village on the island of Lantau, Hong Kong. With the help of Chao, Wai and Pirtemba, we built Qianlyan, Thousand Mile Eye, all-seeing Taoist sea god. He was commissioned by AFTEC for the Flight Festival, hosted by the people of Shalowan. He gazes from his beautiful home across the strait to Hong Kong International Airport...


Posted by on April 3, 2019 in Sura Medura

There is a resonance, an echo, in the painting of the Sura Medura boats that I hadn’t seen. It was an activity of such blazing similarity that I can’t believe I failed to recognise it. My sister Di reminded me – ‘The last things you painted were Mum’s and Dad’s coffins’. Early in 2004 Mum […]

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