Rupert White

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An outdoor projection made for 'Frenchman's Creek': a programme of events inspired by the place and book of the same name at Kestle Barton Centre for Rural Art.

The logo from the illegal file-sharing website 'Pirate Bay' was animated as a .gif, placed on another webpage and projected onto the outer wall of the main gallery at Kestle Barton.




Kestle Barton is a few hundred yards away from the creek, and is situated in a building that is referred to in the Du Maurier book, which describes a romance between an English woman and a French pirate.