2008, 52 minutes
A visually based exploration and appreciation of the work of artist Dorothy Cross, showing many of the highlights of her career to date, framed by her evolving and passionate relationship with the sea. We follow her as she embarks on a new sea-based project in New Ireland, an island off Papua New Guinea that is one of the last true wildernesses left on Earth. This documentary marks the first time the artist has agreed to participate in a film about her work.
Funded under the Documenting the Arts scheme, a joint initiative of the Arts Council and the Irish Film Board.
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