Meg Rodger: In the Studio

UAA

Apr 9, 2021

‘There is a 4,000-year-old Neolithic standing stone row on Meg Rodger’s croft on the island of Berneray in the Outer Hebrides. Over time, Meg has studied the monument and realised that it lines up with the equinox – the point at which, twice a year, the sun is exactly above the equator, resulting in an equal length of day and night. “It got me thinking about deep time and temporality within this landscape,” she says.’

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