I spent the weekend in Swansea and was lucky enough to stay the night in Dylan Thomas's birth-house. It was really interesting and I'd heartily recommend it if you're down that way.
During the tour, the owner explained how all the furniture had been sourced locally, and was "as close as possible" to the original contents of the Thomas house. Because we're not dealing with originals, the owners can have a more relaxed attitude towards the property- the house is still designed to be used. They want it to carry on the energy and the "essence" of the original owners, rather than become a museum.
I thought it might be nice to take that approach into Thomas's poetry as well, so this piece is a palimpsest version of his poem, "I Have Longed to Move Away". I just wrote over-the-top of the original poem, replacing the original furniture with my own approximations. The new poem was recorded late at night in the house, using my mobile phone as a camera and microphone.