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Ballycroy is situated in one of Ireland’s largest and last remaining Atlantic blanket bogs in Co Mayo.

A blanket bog contains excess of 90% water.


I was invited with a group of artists to make work at the Ballycroy National Park as part of “I Could Read the Sky” project this Easter 2013. I went on a psychoswimographic journey around the bogs to see where I could swim. Seamus Butler from the Ballycroy sailing club took me under his wing as he showed me Ballycroy’s watery spaces.

PDF of the book: Swimming in Ballycroy

Press on the title to read the book.