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Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic

Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic Still 1 and Still 2 Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic (2014), a film by David A. Paton ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic David A. Paton David A. Paton David A. Paton’s work investigates how the everyday practices of University of Exeter, Exeter, labor inform creative practice. It focuses on Trenoweth Dimension UK Granite Quarry near Penryn in Cornwall (England), where he gained an dap207@exeter.ac.uk apprenticeship as a sawman and mason. Trenoweth Quarry, owned Keywords: granite, quarry, and run by Tim Marsh, produces architectural masonry and specialist labour, sculpture granite work for mainly local building projects. Splitting granite was an Volume 3/Issue 3 integral part of the substantial dimension quarrying industry in Cornwall, November 2015 where the granite was assessed in its geological setting, extracted and pp 267–270 DOI: 10.1080/ disassembled into suitably sized components for the masons to dress. 20507828.2015.1082061 An embodied knowledge of the flows and grain of granite was, and No potential conflict of remains, essential for the efficient working of a quarry. The multi-sensual interest was reported by the familiarity, developed by the quarrymen over time, is a poetic gathering of author. Reprints available directly the grown nature of granite as a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic

Architecture and Culture , Volume 3 (3): 4 – Sep 2, 2015

Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic

Architecture and Culture , Volume 3 (3): 4 – Sep 2, 2015

Abstract

Still 1 and Still 2 Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic (2014), a film by David A. Paton ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic David A. Paton David A. Paton David A. Paton’s work investigates how the everyday practices of University of Exeter, Exeter, labor inform creative practice. It focuses on Trenoweth Dimension UK Granite Quarry near Penryn in Cornwall (England), where he gained an dap207@exeter.ac.uk apprenticeship as a sawman and mason. Trenoweth Quarry, owned Keywords: granite, quarry, and run by Tim Marsh, produces architectural masonry and specialist labour, sculpture granite work for mainly local building projects. Splitting granite was an Volume 3/Issue 3 integral part of the substantial dimension quarrying industry in Cornwall, November 2015 where the granite was assessed in its geological setting, extracted and pp 267–270 DOI: 10.1080/ disassembled into suitably sized components for the masons to dress. 20507828.2015.1082061 An embodied knowledge of the flows and grain of granite was, and No potential conflict of remains, essential for the efficient working of a quarry. The multi-sensual interest was reported by the familiarity, developed by the quarrymen over time, is a poetic gathering of author. Reprints available directly the grown nature of granite as a

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2016 Taylor & Francis
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2050-7836
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2050-7828
DOI
10.1080/20507828.2015.1082061
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Abstract

Still 1 and Still 2 Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic (2014), a film by David A. Paton ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Stitch-Split: The Breath of the Geologic David A. Paton David A. Paton David A. Paton’s work investigates how the everyday practices of University of Exeter, Exeter, labor inform creative practice. It focuses on Trenoweth Dimension UK Granite Quarry near Penryn in Cornwall (England), where he gained an dap207@exeter.ac.uk apprenticeship as a sawman and mason. Trenoweth Quarry, owned Keywords: granite, quarry, and run by Tim Marsh, produces architectural masonry and specialist labour, sculpture granite work for mainly local building projects. Splitting granite was an Volume 3/Issue 3 integral part of the substantial dimension quarrying industry in Cornwall, November 2015 where the granite was assessed in its geological setting, extracted and pp 267–270 DOI: 10.1080/ disassembled into suitably sized components for the masons to dress. 20507828.2015.1082061 An embodied knowledge of the flows and grain of granite was, and No potential conflict of remains, essential for the efficient working of a quarry. The multi-sensual interest was reported by the familiarity, developed by the quarrymen over time, is a poetic gathering of author. Reprints available directly the grown nature of granite as a

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Architecture and CultureTaylor & Francis

Published: Sep 2, 2015

Keywords: granite; quarry; labour; sculpture

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