Tracing the Sea – 2017,
(Sound piece for two speakers, 04:35)
This composition was inspired by my experience of the coastal landscapes in Mid-Wales. In particular a journey 6 miles inland to Craig y Aderyn (Birds Rock) a rocky cliff 250m above sea level. Some 400-500 years ago it used to be the highest sea cliff along the coastal edge. Walking towards this cliff I walked the old sea floor. The flat featureless landscape became completely fluid and my journey became a tracing of the seas retreat.
Dream’ or ‘You cannot step into the same river twice’ 2016,
Drawing students describe each others work translating abstract marks to imaginary objects, experiences and sounds.
Too Hot, 2015
Audible Structures: Expedition to the Icebergs, 2015
A radio broadcast commissioned by Project Radio for the British Art Show Leeds 2015.Commissioned by Project Radio, Audible Structures: Expedition to the Icebergs is a collaborative project with artists Fritha Jenkins and David MacDiarmid. 40 minutes (extract 4m 46s)
Drawing together a number of interviews, conversations, samples and performed recordings, the broadcast explores the Arctic as a landscape existing both in the imagination and in actuality and plays with the point that these differing ‘experiences’ meet.