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time, growth and potatoes


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seed potatoes

I was aware from the onset that actually growing potatoes with P2 would be quite an undertaking taking up at least third of our project time - after all were beginning right at the start, in firstly negotiating the site of our plot and then taking on virgin soil - no mean feat for 5 years olds wielding hand trowels. P7s, Miss White and her father, and myself of course contributed quite a bit of spade work !

Initially I questioned whether the actual planting and growing needed to be part of the project itself . In hind sight am absolutely convinced that the decision I made was correct - that it was an essential. I do not believe that artistic processes exist in isolation from the rest of our human experiences.

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