Sig Waller

La Lum Di Mortsch

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Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)La Lum Di Mortsch (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Sky  (2012)Sky (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Sky's diary (2012)Sky's diary (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - The original shutters (2012)The original shutters (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - My son Sky helping me clean the shutters (2012)My son Sky helping me clean the shutters (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - The studio space (2012)The studio space (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Pencil lines (2012)Pencil lines (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Work in progress (2012)Work in progress (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Burning into the wood (2012)Burning into the wood (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Three shutters (2012)Three shutters (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - View through a shutter (2012)View through a shutter (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Detail (2012)Detail (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - More shutters (2012)More shutters (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Sunfire on the mountain (2012)Sunfire on the mountain (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Waiter Sky (2012)Waiter Sky (2012)
Sig Waller: La Lum Di Mortsch - Sky & the Art Trolley (2012)Sky & the Art Trolley (2012)

I completed this series while on residency in Italy in November 2012. The title was taken from an old Ladin folk tale and means 'light of the dead'. The pyrographic heat-drawings were made using a wood-branding tool.

I documented the daily process of this project on my tumblr. You can access the blog via the toolbar above and then scroll down to the Foggy November posts or simply search for the tag #foggynovember by entering it into the search bar at the top right of the blog page, or by copy-pasting the following link:

http://sigwaller.tumblr.com/search/foggynovember

For further information, please contact me at sig@sigwaller.com

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