A selection of exhibitions coming up soon, or currently open.
All selected works and installations will be shown in the iconic Wells Cathedral from Saturday 28 August to Sunday 26 September 2021. The exhibition at Wells Cathedral will also coincide with the installation of a new Antony Gormley work that will be exhibited on the West Front of the Cathedral.
When You Call I Shall Come is no.1 on the trail map around the beautiful Wells Cathedral. It is a privilege to have my film installed in the perfect space – when you arrive to see the artworks inside, listen carefully, you will hear the beautiful voice of Eva Rune seeping through the automatic doors. As they open and you enter the space, the film is being screened, welcoming you to this huge exhibition. Sit down on the time-worn stone benches, watch and listen as you witness a film made of the famous Severn Bore, during the spring tides of 2020, in deep lockdown. No surfers, no viewers, just you and the River Severn. Eva’s traditional Nordic calling song captures the sense of longing we all felt, and the imagery reveals the nature of the Severn stripped of human intervention.
The 2021 version has been stripped of the words it originally carried, because there are no words to describe that time and place.
Thurs 09 Sept, Fri 10 Sept, Sat 11 Sept 11:00 – 18:00
Sun 12 Sept 11:00 – 16:00 Royal Manor Theatre Royal Manor Theatre Portland DT5 1LT
Short fiction, documentary and arts films exploring our relationship with farming, food and land. My film 12 Circular Walks was shortlisted. Don’t miss b-side Festival – they have a great programme of temporary works across Portland.
Film loop showing short films from the Harvest Film Festival 2019 exploring our relationship with farming, food and land through its curated programme of fiction, documentary and art films. Nominees for the 2019 Festival were judged by Guy Shrubsole, campaigner for Friends of the Earth and author of Who Owns England?, Dictynna Hood, writer/director of drama features Wreckers and Us Among The Stones soon to premier at the London Film Festival and Adrian Cooper, director of Common Ground and producer of Arcadia.
Coming soon – Bridport Art Centre
A discussion and screening of a number of films relating to women in the landscape.
7th October 2021