At the start of the Devonian period (about 415-358 million years ago) the continents of Baltica and Laurentia collided, giving birth to, among other things, the island of Ireland and a mountainous region known as the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains.
Re-edited in December 2018, this short video is about a sense of place and inspiration. The footage was taken on a visit to the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains in 2017. The objects and paintings evolved subsequently.
Music: © petroglyph-music
Ulises Labaronnie | A place in the silence
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