Moving Back and Forth | Äskhult


Ploughing along lynchets of stones covered with grass. Turning with a couple of horses and iron plough before a tree marking a stone mound. Iron scratching stone. Carefully turning and skilful avoiding the accurately reconstructed stone compounds. Maintaining arable lands of Äskhult is drawing lines between marks of divisions imposed in the early Middle Ages. Skilfully moving back and forth.


Stones moved by human, back and forth in time, thrown away, gathered, secured by earth and roots. The nature of human is moving. The nature of stones is highlighting.



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