Installed in Garden E: Saturday 14th August 2021. Approx. 11.30am
The light changed beautifully over the next hour.
Wednesday 25th August 2021
A photograph sent by the host of ‘Day 5’ noting the long shadow lying diagonally across the panel.
Thursday 26th August 2021. Approx. 4pm
Changes noted: Little if anything had changed to the fabric surface of the textile panel in the 12 days since Day 5 was installed in Garden E. However, Day 5 is nailed onto a wooden fence sitting above a stone wall, the spaces between the wood and stone allow the light to seep through. The look of the panel can therefore continually change depending on the strength of the sun and the time of the day. I was able to capture some of these light changes over the late afternoon and early evening hours on this visit.
Another external change is the growing foliage around the panel, especially the honeysuckle on the right-hand side which is starting to cross the panel and bloom. It will be interesting to see whether the plant residue colours the panel at any point.
Saturday 28th August 2021. Approx 10am
A photograph sent by the host of the mid-morning sun hitting the panel.
Monday 30th August 2021. Approx. 12.30pm
A photograph sent by the host of the growing and blooming honeysuckle, harmonizing beautifully with the gold leaf.
Sunday 5th September 2021. Approx. 2pm
A photograph sent by the host of the light patterns in the early afternoon light.
Monday 6th September 2021. Approx. 9.30am
A photograph sent by the host noting the interest of a pigeon who left his/her mark on the panel!
Tuesday 7th September 2021. Approx. 8pm
A photograph sent by the host noting the appearance of red berries alongside the honeysuckle.
Friday 9th September 2021. Approx. 9.30m
A photograph sent by the host. A visiting blackbird.
Saturday 11th September 2021. Approx. 9.30m
A photograph sent by the host. Shadows and dappeled morning light.
Sunday 12th September 2021. Approx. 10.30am
Changes noted: Small changes, perhaps the most significant was the pigeon droppings, as documented by the host 6th September. As there are many birds living and frequenting this garden it is surprising that more marks have not appeared – perhaps more will, in time. The honeysuckle flowers, apart from one or two as seen above, have largely died back. Autumnal red berries are now appearing, disappointingly neither have left any coloured stains of marks on the cloth.
Monday 13th September 2021. Approx. 8.50am and 11.15am
Photographs sent by the host on noting red berries and changing light.
Wednesday 15th September 10.15am and Thursday 16th September 10.00am, 2021
Contrasting photographs sent by the host again showing different light.
Monday 20th September 2021. Approx. 10.00am
Photograph sent by the host. Blue skies, red berries and autumnal light.