Join artist Stuart Moore at the meeting point of sound, music, bodily rhythms and improvised technology. Combining aspects of sound, digital and performance art, participants will explore how sound creates an emotional connection to a place via listening, conscious and unconscious movement, and technology which immediately responds to kinetic expression.
Join sound artist, musician and beatboxer Jason Singh for an exploration of pattern and repetition. This workshop will test how the aural and visual can work together, using sound sampling and visual loops, voices and elements of the surrounding woods.
Exploring heritage and belonging with a Northampton-born, Norwegian-based artist, who is half-Pakistani, a quarter English, a quarter unknown and Irish by proxy.
Our fourth installment of Wild Learning featured artist and filmmaker Jenny Holt’s technological yet deeply human approach to the world around her, rhythmanalysis and the conversation to be had “between us, the forest, and the means of capture we use.”
Moving the Membrane was the third in our Wild Learning series of workshops, exploring the concepts of skins, membranes and surfaces, through writing in response to visual, audio and experiential prompts provided by poet and drummer Remi Graves.
Artist and writer Sarah Gillett visited Fermyn Woods in May 2018 to present our second Wild Learning workshop, Parts Unknown – a meditation on maps, emotional and physical orientation, and the night sky. Breaking from tradition, this workshop started late and continued into the night so participants could bring the stars down into the woods, constructing their own constellations.
Artist and former architect Helen Stratford led Alterlives, our first ever Wild Learning event focusing on the spaces and borders between the inhabited and uninhabited.