Stranger to these shores

Stranger to these shores 

Jane Hawkins, Sally Munns & Rhonda Payne

Stranger to these shores

Concrete anchors, U bolts,  recycled polystyrene balls, acrylic paint, irrigation tubing, cable ties, wire rope, wire rope thimbles, swages, mudguard washers, Selleys Marine Flex, UV lights

2000 x 12000 x 900 cm

About the work

Stranger to these shores references North Atlantic seaweed which has air-filled bladders that help it float as the tide rises, maximising its exposure to sunlight. The wind and waves, time and tide, and light, all contribute to the ever-changing nature of this installation. Be sure to see it really pop under UV light at night.


Jane Hawkins, Sally Munns and Rhonda Payne each have an average of 25 years’ experience in the visual arts and education sectors. This will be the trio’s second collaborative installation.

* The caliber of work presented at Strand Ephemera 2019 was at such high standard that the judges wished to name a Highly Commended, along with the major award winner.

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