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  The Lake 20 Sep 2005  
Underwater artwork

Funded by NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts), the award-winning artist Julie Freeman has created a site specific work at the fishery run by her mother Ann at Tingrith in Bedfordshire.

By tagging fish electronically in order to track their random natural movements, she has been able to compose an ever changing combination of soundscapes and visual patterns that takes the viewer into a hidden underwater world. Judi Herman reports.

Julie Freeman
Tingrith Fishery


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