From the artist:
"For the Sake of a Shilling" explores epigenetics, episodic and semantic memory in relation to familiarity with urban spaces and sense of belonging to place. The work is a moving image and installation which acts as an abstract visual representation of historical narrative over 3 centuries of the artists paternal family line. Within the work are hidden thoughts, images, texts and official records. A representation of lost memories, fractured narratives, identity and place. Exhibited as part of the Spon Spun Arts Trail and folow-up exhibition in Coventry the work received the Curators Choice 2nd prize. The work was then exhibited at "Project Coventry", Coventry in 2019.