1. First thoughts towards a new creative project based the novel Beautiful End (1918) by Constance Holme

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  2. After the floods in Cumbria there was a lot of work to do to repair and prepare the mill for opening in the Spring. You will see father, son and grandson here working at the mill working on this process. This film is part of a series being created as part of Carran Waterfield's residence at Heron Corn Mill, Beetham, Cumbria

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  3. Calling Up Constance Part One, a short film by Carran Waterfield, is the second in a trilogy of short films based on an interview with historian Roger Bingham in March 2016. It was conceived as part of Carran's residency at Heron Corn Mill, Cumbria, 2016. The trilogy is the beginning of a performance excavation l with particular reference to Constance Holme's " The Beautiful End" first published in 1918. The project is led by Carran Waterfield

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  4. Calling Up Constance Part Two, a short film by Carran Waterfield, is the second in a trilogy of short films based on an interview with historian, Roger Bingham in March 2016. It was conceived as part of Carran's residency at Heron Corn Mill, Cumbria, 2016. The trilogy is the beginning of a performance excavation l with particular reference to Constance Holme's " The Beautiful End" first published in 1918. The project is led by Carran Waterfield

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  5. Calling Up Constance Part Three, a short film by Carran Waterfield, is the second in a trilogy of short films based on an interview with historian, Roger Bingham in March 2016. It was conceived as part of Carran's residency at Heron Corn Mill, Cumbria, 2016. The trilogy is the beginning of a performance excavation l with particular reference to Constance Holme's " The Beautiful End" first published in 1918. The project is led by Carran Waterfield

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Making work at Heron Corn Mill (Artist in Residence)

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I began working with the people at Heron Corn Mill in 2013 and facilitated a community project called Threshold to coincide with the opening of the newly refurbished 18th century mill at Easter 2014. Then I performed The House there in November 2015.…


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I began working with the people at Heron Corn Mill in 2013 and facilitated a community project called Threshold to coincide with the opening of the newly refurbished 18th century mill at Easter 2014. Then I performed The House there in November 2015. This was followed by a period of time researching on site and creating various responses to my laboratory research there. These short films are part of the work at Heron Corn Mill from 2014 onwards.

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