Syntax of a River: David Chapman . Laura Denning . Sonia Levy .
An evening of conviviality exploring watery words and their thixotropic counterparts.
From a sensory exploration of human relationships with deep time and earthly memory to a case study in new paradigms for multispecies living, restoration ecology and natural history emerging in the wake of environmental breakdowns, this event wades through marshland species drift with filmmaker David Chapman; peers into the reproductive lives of aquarium corals (and the care that makes it possible) with Sonia Levy and Alexander Glyde-Bates; and sediments together with Laura Denning and 380 million-year-old ocean mud with a tropical ancestry.
Join us in the second in a year-long series of performances, screenings, walks, residencies, takeovers and workshops that wallow, pluck and muddle the lines between art, ecology and the sonic imagination.