Students from Newton Road School worked with Owl Project to discover natural movement patterns and their own Boid-like behaviour.
Edwina fitzPatrick The Archive of the Trees book explores whether climate change should be addressed culturally or scientifically.
Owl Project are spending time in Fineshade Wood exploring the forest floor, lifting up logs and looking under stones in search of ants, using cameras and software to visualize the routes taken by these creatures to allow for what seems like chaos to be rendered as pattern.
During Wild Learning: Human Theremin with Stuart Moore, participants created a collaborative piece using nature sounds altered by their own conscious and unconscious movement.
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.
Join our free discussion event exploring the relationship between materials and the landscape from which they are extracted, with artist Onya McCausland.
Our Spring 2019 bulletin includes The Forest is The Museum updates and Owl Project’s forthcoming residency, Toggler, Fermynwoodstock, and more.
Participants celebrated World Pinhole Camera Day in inventive fashion, collaborating with James Smith to make an experimental pinhole 360° camera.
Catch up on our fireside discussion exploring how artists and audiences can negotiate the Anthropocene and contribute to a sustainable future, changing the way we live and work.
Drop in to The Arches and speak to a member of the Fermynwoods team for an insight into Justin Carter’s Blood from Stone.