Spring Tides Archipelago is a land that exists in myth, folkloric research, scientific fact, observed phenomena and the cult of the moon.
It may be a land only inhabited by women.
Shared through spoken word, sound and perhaps song by artist daydreamer Fern Thomas, Spring Tides Archipelago maps the worlds conjured through daydreaming in the moments between mothering. It draws on the encounters with the faces of nameless women found in the photographic archives of St Fagans Museum. It borders the realm of amateur shamanic journeying. It imagines into places that may one day exist. It is ultimately anchored by the need to hang out the next load of washing.