Recently at the Throw the Guantlet Festival I came across a very interesting piece by Antonina Eva Szram. Later finding out she was a practising artist not a Falmouth student. She had made this beautiful vellum out of both fathers and human skin. They had this paper thin texture and seamed to barly hold together, but they were really something. This triggered me to think about projecting on feathers, loose as I like the movement in them, and white as it would take the projection better. This led me to think more about the change a feather goes through when it becomes wet. When dry a feather is soft, light and beautful but when wet it takes on this haggard, slimy look to it. This change is a very interesting one to me. I wonder is tiny white feathers pick up a translocent qaulity when projected through?