Monday, 20 August 2007
We're Digging is our interpretation of a fine event here today at Sproutbau. Local archaeologist Sonja led a group of Sproutbau reidents, local children and other interested onlookers on a dig on the Sproutbau grounds. All the finds were meticuously collected and, not without some humour, catalogued and will be presented at the Betonale here in two weeks. Among the finds were sweet wrappers, cigarette ends and some antique batteries. A piece of vinyl was found that we reckoned on being at least 25 years old. Although probably a contrast to Sonja's usual work on Saxon graveyards, they were all interesting insights into thirty years of history at Tenever. So a thank you to Sonja and especially to the children of Tenever who worked from 9am until the final baging and tagging at 5pm. We hope we do you justice. No diggity? Dig it!