Resonant Isle revisited

if you haven’t booked yet, please do – there will be some interesting conversations and presentations I’m sure (and I’m chairing some of it)

Simon Ryder

VerneSymposiumFliersm“The way Portland seems to quiver, shake and respond to the elements makes it seem more like a small protruding sense organ, sticking out into the sea resonating to the world on behalf of the mainland, rather than an inert solid piece of rock.” This was how I started a post about my research on Portland just over a year ago, in the depths of a blustery winter. Next month I am going to revisit the resonant isle, to start my Verne residency but also to talk at the Resonant Terrains symposium (pdf download: Resonant Terrains flier). Really looking forward to spending time there again, and the symposium has a great selection of speakers, tours, performances, so do come along if you can.

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I'm an artist and also commission contemporary art in unusual locations. As a producer, I fundraise, curate, project manage and deliver projects. I'm also a writer and film-maker.

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