In Polsethow shall habitations, or marvellous things, be seen
For Penryn Arts Festival 2015 site-specific artists, Katie Etheridge & Simon Persighetti created a series of public participatory events on the site of the former Glasney College, to animate, awaken, and map the ‘invisible’ building in the 750th year of it’s founding. 3 days of performance, learning, and celebration with special guests and experts, included an outdoor lecture, an archaeological drift, Cornish language readings from the Ordinalia, dusk visions of Glasney’s missing stones, and walking and dancing the foundations of the building.
Games of Habitation shall be played and Marvellous things be seen!
Aerial photography by Cornish Drone