Hanna Tuulikki explores her Finnish heritage, family stories, folklore, and song, to reflect on how ideals of ecology, identity, and nationhood are constructed and entwined.
Maya Livio’s sonic essay containing a chorus of human and non-human voices, drawing attention to biases within avian conservation datasets.
Samm Anga takes a solitary journey into his own psyche and heritage, ruminating on his own fear of nature: water.
Musician and artist Rebecca Lee returns with a new sound work and discussion in the last podcast of our 2021 season.
Artist Simon Faithfull in discussion with curator Yasmin Canvin about his influences, his film Going Nowhere 1.5, and the dark humour of Sisyphus
Exploring the places and cultures that have made him, Sayed Sattar Hasan tells the epic tale of his alter ego Hasansen in this gripping episode of the Fermynwoods Podcast
An enhanced discussed between David Blyth and our Director James Steventon. Taxidermy, shamanism, and woodcock hauntings.
Artist Lucie McLaughlin mines her everyday for sounds in the three-part audio work Clickety-Clack.
Artist Marie-Chantal Hamrock presents new audio work The Iron, The Pitchfork & The Sow in this latest episode of the Fermynwoods Podcast.
Our new podcast season starts with an original audio work by, and discussion with, artist Anna Brownsted.