Fragile Existence

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John Cratchley
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John Cratchley Discovered this label over the weekend and promptly committed to their whole digital catalogue!
Their physical imprint (Fluid Audio) seems to sell out immediately! Not surprising as these recordings are part of complete audio/visual, tactile artefacts.
Everything is of the highest quality and,importantly (for me),integrity.It reminds me a lot of Richard Skelton's Corbel Stone imprint, which is exemplary also. Tape loops and bees! Quite, quite beautiful...
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Always the years.

Fragile Existence is the four-part examination of a fading line between vulnerability and strength, looped through the tapes of The Humble Bee, developed in the photography of Daniel Crossley and engraved beside the last words of Virginia Woolf. Craig Tattersall’s eulogy to the nobility of final decisions makes ash of leaving the dust behind.

Always the love.

The limited edition run of 150 copies is presented in letter-pressed A4 kraft folders. Inside each, 15 A5 double-sided photographs on 250 gm luxury card resting inside hand typed and numbered glassine bags, sitting inside oversized typed/tagged/numbered kraft envelopes including scent, sycamore seeds and download code.

Always the hours

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released December 19, 2013

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Audio: Craig Tattersall
Photography: Daniel Crossley

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