THE GIVE AWAY.
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Well a little bit about me this Friday. I have become interested in tea, the colours that it produces as a stain or ink, the marks that it leaves on paper and the tea bags themselves. Part of what is interesting me is the very British attachment with tea and the way that we view it as a 'cure all' for what life throws at us, in situations of stress a cup of tea is always offered by someone trying to help! From a British point of view tea could be seen as a metaphor for coping, I don't know whether any other country takes this view or whether it is traditionally a very British thing to do. Another strand of my thinking is about recording the passing of time, tea is a daily ritual for a lot of people and the first task performed every day! So with all this in mind the starting point for me is to investigate what I can do with tea.
Herbal tea bags.
I love the shape and colour of these little tubes and the fact that these are usually discarded without a second thought. It's strange isn't it what we place value on and what we consider as valueless, at one time this simple commodity was very expensive and wars have been fought over these simple things that we now take for granted.
Colours and stains from different types of teabags.