This was ‘Picture of the Day’ in yesterday’s Scotsman. It is of Hundy Mundy in the Scottish Borders.
A story has survived that a Princess called ‘Hunimundias’ lived in the tower, but because the children of Mellerstain House struggled to pronounce Hunimundias, it became known as ‘Hundy Mundy’.
I visited Hundy Mundy on the last day of March 2017 and made this film:
call it folly, call it my pursuit a sense of loss, the secret of art. [The body of work reflects the disappearance of the artist himself]
(1) Bluebell, cockleshell 1-2-3 by King Creosote (From Scotland with love)
(2) Leave your body behind you – by Richard Hawley