An installation at Wray Castle, a National Trust property on the shore near Windermere. For the past year I have visited the Freshwater Biological Association at ferry house Windermere to draw from their vast collection of algae drawings and photographs. Algae that live in our lakes and rivers, many of them microscopic, some even one cell small. I have used equipment from Sight Eden to make visible what is hidden to so many. A machine to raise my drawing lines was used with plaster to make 60 plates hovering above the floor of the room. There was also a photographic section on water from the Lakes - small sections enlarged concentrating not on sharpness but on movement and pattern.