A yearlong performance-led research project and walking performance event in the tidal landscape of Holy Island (Northumberland) with Martine Vreiling Van Tuijl.
Project R-hythm explored the experience of living with a place in perpetual flux through sound walking, deep listening, choreography and performance writing. A final Project R-hythm public performance took the form a guided and performative walk around the island circumference during high tide in August 2014.
Supported by Tender Buttons, Northumberland Exchanges (AHRC) and The Creative Exchange (AHRC).
Image by Emma Rothera (2013).