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Kerslake’s BAMS medal refers to Swanpool, near Falmouth, and relates to the experience of the OSR Projects commission. She writes: ‘The Weather Station gradually disconnected me from the outside; sounds were distorted, communication was limited, and my breath rasped within the airlock. I could not forget the danger of a limited air supply, and the possibility of being carried out to sea. Soon I was transfixed on the churning waves as they continually broke upon the shore. I began to follow them, back and forth, inside the transparent vessel. Slowly I started to trust the Weather Station, safe from the icy water, wind and rain. However, condensation formed by my breath began to cloud my vision. It became difficult to predict the pattern of the waves, and at points I was unable to outrun them. The foaming water lifted me off the sand; I became unstable and often tumbled. Dizziness elevated to the point of seasickness. I was not able to withstand the force of the tide.’ (Bron: BAMS)

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Kerslake’s BAMS medal refers to Swanpool, near Falmouth, and relates to the experience of the OSR Projects commission. She writes: ‘The Weather Station gradually disconnected me from the outside; sounds were distorted, communication was limited, and my breath rasped within the airlock. I could not forget the danger of a limited air supply, and the possibility of being carried out to sea. Soon I was transfixed on the churning waves as they continually broke upon the shore. I began to follow them, back and forth, inside the transparent vessel. Slowly I started to trust the Weather Station, safe from the icy water, wind and rain. However, condensation formed by my breath began to cloud my vision. It became difficult to predict the pattern of the waves, and at points I was unable to outrun them. The foaming water lifted me off the sand; I became unstable and often tumbled. Dizziness elevated to the point of seasickness. I was not able to withstand the force of the tide.’ (Bron: BAMS)