The Biographical Notes were both documentary and reflective in intention. They evolved as part diary, part "theory", and became Hall's primary means for "writing" the history The Coil was "living". They were her way of both exploring the meaning that emerged from this process on the land, and became her way of sharing it with viewers.
There were 12 notes created to capture her ephemeral presence in the Newfoundland landscape. Click the image for a larger version of those represented here. All works are mixed media on rag paper, and are 30"X44" in dimension.