During the exhibition "On St Michael's Way" Tremenheere Kitchen, curator & participating artist Janet McEwan installed 5 pinhole cameras in the surrounding gardens. These homemade cameras were left in situ with the shutters open for 3 months.
Anyone who came to the gardens, or walked on the StMW path nearby between 22nd July and 30th Sept, will probably have been captured by one of these primitive pinholes.
Below are images produced from four of the cameras. The 5th camera disappeared. Locations are:
1. On St.MW: From a tree beside the bridge which straddles a small stream.
2. Looking into Tremenheere Cafe gardens from a small tree on the other side of the track behing Artisan shop.
3. Looking over the Restless Temple, past Tremenheere Cafe, towards Mounts Bay, from the fence at the top of the cut grass area.
3. From a small tree behind Tremenheere Kitchen, close to the bridge crossing the stream.
“We are all visitors to this time, this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love... and then we return home.”
Australian Aboriginal Proverb.