Records of the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) and predecessors Artist-In-Residence ProgrammeArtists in Residence FilesWhisper Residency: Philip Davenport + Nicola Smith (2010 November 30 - 2010 December 14) ➔ 'ghosts move abt me patchd wit histories' wall paper

'ghosts move abt me patchd wit histories' wall paper (GB3451/OC/8/2/44/4)

Archival Record




Local Identifier

OC/8/2/44/4 (local reference number)


2010 (was creation date of)


Davenport, Philip, visual poet (has creator)

Access status


Use status

Copyright Restricted


Scope and Content

Roll of wall paper featuring the poem 'ghosts move abt me patchd wit histories' by Philip Davenport used on the wall of the residency studio during his open studio at the Chinese Art Centre in Dec 2010. 

Content Extent

Content Type

text , object

Language Information

Latin (has script) Han (Traditional variant) (has script)

Management and Use

Conditions on Access

The original record is accessible to researchers by appointment in the CFCCA archive and library searchroom.

Conditions on Use

Copyright of Philip Davenport.


Representation Type


Record Resource Extent

1 roll

Related Content

Related Units of Description

Related People and Organisations

Davenport, Philip, visual poet (has creator)
Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (1989-) (is related to)
501 Artspace, Chongqing (is related to)

Related places

Manchester (is associated with)
Chongqing ()

Related Terms

Copyright Restricted (has use status)
Open (has access status)
text (has content type)
objects (has content type)
English (has or had language)
Latin (has script)
Chinese (has or had language)
Han (Traditional variant) (has script)
unmediated (has representation type)
poetry (has documentary form type)
wallpapers (has documentary form type)


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