2 -14 October 2010
Remnants from a transient art work along the Mersey. The silt of the river describes encounters between artists and environment. Kaety Moore and Jenny Wynne are 2 artists connected by the Mersey Estuary. They collaborate in this temporary work which is a departure from their usual practice.
Wynne typically works with oil paint and Moore with calico and cotton.
Mucky Daughters is the name of a poem by Moore which is a call to the wild, and an opportunity to get out of the studio and play with their work. They substitute the matter of paint with mud, and material with sand. Mucky is wild, free, unconfined and an exploration of childbirth, motherhood and belief.
Part of the Independents Liverpool Biennial strand.