At Purton Ship's Graveyard, performance to camera.
Shown as part of the film-discussion event Vessels: water | mud | care
Spike Island Open Studios online 2021.
Watery mud flats teem with silicate diatoms - single-celled, mono-nucleoid micro-organisms. When they die they drop down through the ocean layers to form a carbon sink and later diatomite - their fossilised remains - becomes an oil reservoir in the depths of the oceans.
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