Mass participation from Estuary residents is already underway with the journaling and creative writing project, The Water Replies.
Click here to view the full archive of individual journals, each carefully filmed.
Alongside the presentation of her moving image work 'Unctuous Between Fingers', Bryony Gillard has created a seaweed pressing video guide.
'GYG Talks Art' is a video series made by young people at The [email protected] exploring the festival and participating artists through their eyes. In this video they talk to Bob and Roberta Smith at his 'Draw Hope' pavilion in Chatham.
'GYG Talks Art' is a video series made by young people at The [email protected] exploring the festival and participating artists through their eyes. In this video they talk to Sadie Hennessy about her work 'Golden Years' in Gravesend.
'GYG Talks Art' is a video series made by young people at The [email protected] exploring the festival and participating artists through their eyes. In this video they talk to Webb-Ellis about their film 'For The First Baby Born in Space'.
Drawing inspiration from poet Eliza Cook, artist Amy Pennington will perform a short piece to camera on the steps of Ingress Abbey where Eliza stayed, and a number of her works were written.
Lydia Brockless' 'Deep Thames // Visit Cretaceous' looks at the materials of Ebbsfleet, and the layers of human and non-human experience contained in the ground beneath our feet.
Ten short films responding to the festival’s themes of climate, imperial legacy and rebellion curated by Gareth Evans.
'Identity' is a new film and audio work, written and produced by Cohesion Plus working with 42 South Films, examining what makes us who we are, looking at how things like race, faith, immigration, the arts and sport shape our identities.
From the Archive: Rachel Lichtenstein. Episode 1 - Between Tide and Sea - a walk with Ken Worpole
From the Archive: Rachel Lichtenstein. Episode 2 - Exploring liminal landscapes - a walk with Iain Sinclair
Carol Donaldson and Stephen Turner, are set to escape to the North Kent Marshes in a small inflatable boat called Magwitch. For five days they will survey the wetlands and wildlife on their own doorstep, camping in remote locations.
Feral Practice & Esi Eshun's Lissener is a new, darkly comic audio work responding to the human and nonhuman histories of the ruined Oare Gunpowder Works.
Maggie Harris 'and the thing is' is a poem about immigration, and questions about race, exile, and how we find identity and home.
Patrick Wright & Shona Illingworth will broadcast a conversation recorded as they walk on Sheppey, alongside readings by local residents.
RTM.FM presents a day of specially commissioned artworks made for online radio broadcast in response to our festival themes.