The dovecote as a stone adaptor sending packets of information across the globe. A conduit of communication echoing good and bad news from times gone by, now silent empty mouths. One summer, two soldiers stayed at the Glynhir Estate; it is said that when they were recalled to join their army unit in France, they took several carrier-pigeons back with them. Some time later, following the English victory at Waterloo, the pigeons flew home to this dovecote in Wales with the news of Napoleon’s defeat.
Rupert Owen is a Tasmanian videologist and lyricist in the UK. Previously a teacher who exchanged students for trees and now works in a 17th century walled orchard pruning apples and plums. Interested in locative technologies, digital aesthetics and ubiquitous computing.
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