Friday 21st May 2021 to
Friday 31st December 2021
Estuary 2021 bookings are now close but you can download the app to your iPhone or Android device and either use a 2D version or your own VR glasses (please make sure you keep glasses out of the sun when not in use).
App Store link for iPhones.
Google Play link for Android devices.
J.A.Baker’s The Peregrine is the masterpiece of nature writing and the starting point for an on-site immersive experience created by experimental theatre maker, Jack McNamara, called Tremor at the Edge of Vision: a site-specific walking exploration of The Peregrine.
Fusing promenade, audio and 360 degree film, the work explores the Essex landscapes that Baker describes so viscerally within the book, alongside glimpses of the author, the creation of the work and the ghosts left in its wake.
Tremor at the Edge of Vision invites audiences to make a meditative journey through six sites within Gunners Park and the surrounding landscape to experience an immersive audio-visual experience inspired by the book and its enigmatic author.
With text from The Peregrine by J A Baker.
Director: Jack McNamara
Actors: Tom Edward Kane, Hedydd Dylan, Valentine Olukoga
Violinist: Angharad Davies
Members of local choirs: The Mudlarks Choir: Maureen Barnetson, Bethany Daltrey, Christina Davis, Gemma Fiore, Jo Frodhe, June Lambert / The Feel Good Choir: Michael and Greta Penny, Fiona Mowatt, Tony Parkinson, Sharon Smith-Ifield
Music Credits: In Blue by Duncan Chapman taken from the album Snow on Snow/ In Blue By Eleanor Culley and Duncan Chapman (Takuroku). Danville Girl by Shane Parish taken from the album Undertaker Please Drive Slow (Tzadik)
Image Credits: Ant Niles
Sound Artist: Len Usselman
Film and App Development: Soda
The wifi access during Estuary 2021 was kindly provided by Vodafone GigaCube.
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The Peregrine by J A Baker with a Foreword by Mark Cocker and an Afterword by Robert Macfarlane is published in paperback by William Collins at £12.99. To purchase click HERE.
For over two decades Fiddian has been fascinated by the creative application of digital technology in the physical domain.
Jack is a writer, director and deviser working principally in live performance, but also across a range of audio, visual, online and analogue media.