Meet the artists, speakers and curators for Estuary 2021
Rhona Chioma Ezuma is a stylist, writer and founder and Editor in Chief of THIIIRD.
Robert Macfarlane is the author of bestselling and prize-winning books about nature, people and place.
Rosa Ainley is a text-based artist, a writer and editor on architecture, space and buildings.
Ruth Ewan is an artist with long-term interests in social justice, alternative systems and radical histories.
Sadie Hennessy is a multi-disciplinary artist creating immersive environments and events.
Independent practice based researcher who since 2016 has researched washing machines as influential but unnoticed agents of cultural and technical change.
Samuel is a freelance brand identity designer by trade.
Sarah Wood is an artist and film maker. Ali Smith is a novelist.
Sasha Dugdale has published five collections of poems with Carcanet, most recently Deformations in 2020.
Season Butler is a writer, artist, dramaturg, and lecturer in Performance Studies and Creative Writing.
A writer, essayist and social researcher with a focus on social and environmental justice.
Shamica Ruddock is research based practitioner working often between sound, text and moving image.
Shaun instigates long-term collaborative projects, from local community actions to large-scale sculptural installations, often responding to the socio-political, historical and human attributes of a given site.
Sheila was involved in the content, production and distribution of two zines in the late 70s and early 80s.
Shona Illingworth is an artist working across sound, film, photography and drawing.
Simon Faithfull's practice, combines video, digital-drawing, writing and performance and has been described as an attempt to understand, to test and to explore the planet as a sculptural object.
Sonia Hughes is an artist, writer, performer currently working with Jo Fong on their conversation project Neither Here Nor There.
Sophie is a theatre and film director staging productions in unusal spaces and places.
Stanley Schtinter has been described as an 'artist' by the Daily Mail and as an 'exorcist' by the Daily Star.
Stephen Turner is a visual artist with an enduring relationship with the Thames & Medway estuaries.
Terry is a journalist, writer and campaigner.
Thamesmead Texas is a nomadic artist led project space, based in Thamesmead founded by artists & filmmakers Vanessa Scully & Liam Scully.
The People of 1381 is a cross-disciplinary multi-institution research project.
Time is Away (London-based duo Jack Rollo and Elaine Tierney) work across radio, research and site-specific sound-works.
When not walking, reading or writing, writer, Tom King tends to his hilltop garden, overlooking the Thames Estuary
Warren Harper is a curator and researcher based in Essex, where he is Director at The Old Waterworks (TOW), an artist-led charity and artists’ studios in Southend-on-Sea.
Caitlin and Andrew Webb-Ellis are British/Canadian artist filmmakers.
Wendy Daws is an artist and sculptor whose work takes inspiration from the visually impaired communities she has worked with over the last 17 years.
YoHa is an artist group led by Matsuko Yokokoji and Graham Harwood.
Yomi Sode is a Nigerian British writer, performer, and facilitator.
Zoë Svendsen directs the performing arts company METIS making participatory theatre performances and installation works.