Cotton Castle      

Pamukkale (cotton castle) is a place said to be made by giants who left cotton out to dry. For thousands of years water has flowed from the hillside, creating travertine pools. The water cycle is present around us and within us, passing through all of the Earth's ecosystems and connecting all beings. Through water we are limitless.

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EXHIBITED

20192020 Collective presents: Environ. Copeland Gallery, London, UK

FEATURES

2019 | RUM Magazine issue no. 210. Featuring Cotton Castle.

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