One of the casts from the Ellesmere yard patterns, very quickly developing a layer of rust.
Making 9-braid plaits from bulrushes, which I then sewed together to make rush matting, which was one of the materials used to line canal beds in ancient times.
The banner, before dyeing.
Slip-cast ceramic hand, which will poke through the bulrush matting, a nod towards the tale of Hans Brinker who stopped a hole in a water dyke with his finger.
It's hard to picture at the moment but there is a plan to bring all these things together in the final installation at Oriel Davies.