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Sarah-Jane Crowson

Diving Bell

Source & Method

The source text is a Victorian natural history book by Wood and Sowerby written in 1859, titled The Common Objects of the Sea Shore : including hints for an aquarium and published by Routledge, Warne & Routledge, London UK. The method used is erasure, using a combination of analogue and digital techniques. These try to let the existing text be glimpsed alongside the erased text.

Sarah-Jane‘s work is inspired by fairytales, psychogeography and surrealism. She is published in a range of journals, including Waxwing Journal, Petrichor, Thrush and Sugar House Review. You can find her on Twitter @Sarahjfc.

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Issue 27