Windscape, funded by the Arts Council, explored the way in which the wind is affected by the tower of Salthouse Church.
Making visible the invisible, a series of flags were sited around the base of the church, each bearing one line of a riddle written by Hugh Lupton in the voice of the 6th Century bard, Taliesin:Who am I? The blind beast from before the flood Without skin, without flesh, Without bone, without blood. My breath is wide as the lipless world I have never been born, I have never been seen Sometimes I come crying and crawling Sometimes I come braying an brawling Sometimes I come running and roaring Who am I?
I also kept records of the wind directions and recorded the changes by etching a map onto a piece of clear plexiglass which was set against the outside wall of the tower.