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  Edwina Fitzpatrick 10 November 2004  
On her latest project exploring the sensory aspects of a Kent woodland

Edwina Fitzpatrick is a British artist whose latest work uses mobile phones and perfumes. For the past two years she has been the resident artist at Stour Valley Arts Centre, located in 1500 acres of dense woodland in Kent.
Following her two-year stay in the forest, the fruit of Edwina's artistic endeavours, Arboreal laboratory,  is on display in Canterbury. Working with perfumers and composers, her exhibition features sound and scent. There's synthetic birdsong created using mobile phone ring-tones, and a room that is almost empty, but filled with smells inspired by the forest.

Colin Dallibar went to Kingswood to meet her.
Arboreal laboratory runs at The Herbert Read Gallery at Kent Institute of Art And Design in Canterbury until Saturday 13 November
Stour Valley Arts
Kent Institute of Art and Design

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