This paper takes the form of a discussion between Flora Parrott (an artist) and Harriet Hawkins (a geographer) who first brought together their existing interests in caves and the underground in 2015. Gully Cave, a site of their shared "field-work" and two experimental workshops offer the chance to reflect on their evolving work together. This exchange, edited from a series of emails, has the sort of evolving, looping form their collaboration has taken, circling around key themes including; the importance of time, of failure and trust in the process of development and discussions around expertise and experimentation.
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