September 2020

Pop up exhibition

This is a recording of the Zoom session held at 3.15pm on Friday August 28, 2020, in which exhibiting artists spoke briefly about their work: Nicola Mason/Linda Fish/The River Yarners/Karen Golland.

Margaret Woodward keynote

This is a recording of Margaret Woodward’s keynote address, Mineralogical telling, presented via Zoom at 1pm on Friday August 28, 2020. Margaret discusses how, In March 2016, A Published Event (Justy Phillips & Margaret Woodward) launched a five-year, slow-publishing collaboration called Lost Rocks (2017–21), an accumulative event of mineralogical, metaphysical and metallurgical telling. With 30 of the 41 titles …

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Earth and sky

This is a recording of the Panel session at 4.15pm on Friday August 28, 2020 titled Stories of earth and sky. Ecologist Dave Watson spoke about the fixed array of permanent acoustic monitoring stations across the country, using the same principle as astronomical observatories, that continuously record the sounds of the land; Lisa Roberts & …

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Bodies, minds, ears

This is the recording of the panel session held at 2pm on Friday August 28, 2020: Bodies, minds and ears. Jenni Munday presented postcard cyanotypes and embroidery made in response to hearing about lives in the Mayday Hills “lunatic asylum” in the wider context of the eco anxiety; Tracy Sorensen spoke about how her crocheted body parts came …

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Found sounds

Panel session recording (Zoom) 5.15pm Friday, August 27, 2020 Panel – Found sounds, remixed: storms and epics. Sam Bowker shows how the literary epic narrative remains a valuable vehicle for collecting, isolating and re-purposing the audible ‘found objects’ of the Anthropocene; Perdita Phillips speaks on using speculative devices to combat environmental amnesia.

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