In this interdisciplinary, expansive research project I use embodied fieldwork comprising of deep listening, walks and field recordings. Heavily inspired by Wardie Bay Beach in North Edinburgh, this project is ever-evolving to encompass multiple works which address rising sea levels.
SINGING TO THE SEAWEED (2021)
Collaborative EP (above)
A collection of responses to a collaged score (pictured) created for and with a drowning beach. Invited artists have made these sound works as intuitive reactions, reimagining an eerie and unpredictable landscape. The score, created by Joanne Matthews is a visualisation of the original sound work (track 3) which was created after a deep listening session in sea haar and site-responsive singing on a harbour wall.
Released May 19, 2021. Featuring sound works by, Nicholas Escobar, Ewan Pearce and Ezra Berrnico, Joanne Matthews and Joe Coghill
A DROWNING OUT (2020)
A series of 8 digital photographs (above)
MURKY HORIZONS AUDIO PERFORMANCE (2020)
00 mins 00 sec: A softening of the rocks / 02 mins 34 secs: Seabird interlude / Murky Horizons: 03 mins 06 secs / 04mins 37 secs: I am covered in salt / 07 mins 45 secs: Gasping for breath interlude / 07 mins 53 secs: A Drowning Out / 09 mins 14 secs: Singing to the seaweed