Coming to live for the first time in deep rural Suffolk, after the cities of Europe, Sula found herself experiencing her surroundings as a traveller might. The work she made there (1996 – 1999) was in response to cottages with small windows, butterflies arranged on their walls, patterned furniture, the layout of book/newspaper pages, light filtering through Venetian blinds in American black and white movies, Thom Gunn’s phrase, “Love is an arranging”.
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