Mar 25, 2024 | 0 comments

The turn towards Spring means the ending of Overwintering which has been a rich way to sense the land I’m living in. I’ve been learning and sharing creative responses to spending January and Februrary alongside the Exe estuary’s wild inhabitants with Sarah Owen (singer) and Emma Welton (composer). Towards the end of Feb we rehearsed and performed six pieces with a community of participants indoors and out on the estuary at dusk and in the dark combining sound, listening, song, movement, stillness, visual art and quite a bit of sqwarking and laughter. We were delighted to share an element of our work Curlew in an exhibition in Scotland in March to mark the homecoming of the endangered Curlew back to their breeding habitat after the Winter away – full circle. I’m also happy to announce that I have received funding from Arts Council of England to deepen my creative research into more-than-human kin and ecosystems as the inspiration for my practice. I’ll be posting more on this soon. In the meantime if you are curious – get in touch!


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