Tidal Village

Thumbnail 2 night houses No region is immune from climate change but the risks of displacement are greatest for countries with high exposure to hazards and with large populations, especially in areas that lack the capacity or resources to adequately prepare. Tidal Village is a piece of work made on the high tides of the Severn Estuary, in which I am exploring ideas and images about flooding and loss. Read more…

Hidden rivers and daylighting

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Hidden Waterways and daylighting was one of the Bristol strands of the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Connected Communities Programme; Communities, Cultures, Environment and Sustainability Large Grant Towards hydrocitizenship. Connecting communities with and through interdependent multiple water issues (2014-2017). It took an innovative and multidisciplinary approach to intergenerational arts-based research. Read more…

Companion Planting allotment project

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As Artist in Residence at Speedwell Nursery School and Children’s Centre in Bristol I was asked to lead on an action research project exploring parents’ engagement with their children’s learning, so I took on a council allotment to create a space where families could work alongside each other. Read more…