Spencer Graham discusses the specificity of music, tracklists and circular narratives alongside forest themed tracks.
The digital version of our 2023 bulletin, Issue 17 in the series, featuring the latest activity in our Xylophobia programme.
Following her Silencer performance in Corby woods, Maja Zećo asks two very important questions: “Who is listening?” and “Who is performing?”
Danny Treacy and Johannes Zits discuss how their tree based works coalesce and converge – meeting at a uniting theme of joy.
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.
The digital version of our 2022 bulletin, Issue 16 in the series, features the first year of our exciting Xylophobia programme.
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.
In this exhibition artists challenge how true our remembrances of the past really are as the mythic and historic share space.
This digital version of our 2021 bulletin, Issue 15 in the series, is packed with details of our exciting In Steps of Sundew programme.