An Ever Moving Now
An Ever Moving Now is a multi-chaptered project exploring wildness, rewilding, and our relationship with nature through the use of photography, sculpture, and book art. The project addresses Sherwoods’ personal experiences, memories and sensations of being embedded in nature, and connects these to the broader concepts of wildness, conservation through rewilding, and shifting baselines. Throughout this project, Sherwood will explore a diverse range of natural environments from coastline to woodland, and examine how ideas of wildness play out within these different environments.
The first chapter of An Ever Moving Now focuses on the South West Coast Path, and is supported by both the Marine Institute at the University of Plymouth, and the South West Coast Path Association. To create this work, Sherwood will move between immersive, multi-day hikes along the South West Coast Path, to developing ideas in her Devon-based studio.