Image courtesy Tilly Shiner
This programme of music, talks, workshops and events responds Silt by Nika Neelova with Carolina Caycedo and Rachael Champion.
Ranging from the ecological, economic, social and cultural values associated with wetlands to discovering visual and sonic textures at the edge of our industrial and coastal environments, this event series is a chance to hear from scientists, artists, ecologists and geographers based at the university.
A commissioned playlist by Elsa Monteith offers an audio guide to crossing water, whilst Tilly Shiner brings the marshes in Tollesbury, Essex to Brighton through both a listening walk and a film screening of Blackwater Mouth Tollesbury Creek Jumping Ladz.
In their first podcast together writer and curator Sophie J Williamson and Nika Neelova discuss shared interests about deep time, how we experience the passage of time and the relationship between water and life.
Find out more about each of the events and the wider full programme below. All events will be available to book from the 18 October 2021. This programme will take place both in person and online with COVID measures in place.
For any further information please contact P.Wright@Brighton.ac.uk.