The Graeae (2017)
Giclée print, 85 x 60cm
The Graeae are the three witches to whom Perseus turns in order to discover the location of Medusa. They are described as ancient, powerful women who know of times before the gods and have one glass eye and one tooth between them. With one story placing them in a cave in Libya, I imagine them as a group of wise palaeontologists, interrupted in their work by a petulant boy’s quest, keen to return to their study of ancient times and ancient beasts.
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