Corten (weathering) steel plate, stainless steel threaded bar, various nuts, recycled polypropylene office files.
The Quiverin are now installed in the newly landscaped area to the rear of the cottage. An area that once housed chickens and compost heaps and generally left to go wild.
When devising how to shape and navigate the space, the inescapable format was that of a triangle. The first use of Corten/weathering steel at the cottage was to create deep border edges here. On the sloping ground, this required corrective vertical cutting to the ends of the Corten sections before setting them in place. Once the edging was in place the offcuts were saved as they were all interestingly, appropriately wedge-shaped. I decided to set about evolving a work or works from these, perhaps something that could be seen back in the same space.
The work photographed to date is the upshot of this, but still requires planting under and the ‘anthers’ adding, which will be saved for the time when Ever can open.