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BA (HONS) Interior Architecture and Design students at Arts University Bournemouth are working with Inside Out Dorset for the third time.
Students have created a series of site-specific speculative installations. They define an innovative temporary engagement experience across the landscape of Wild Woodbury. Students have used material growing/making, print making, virtual reality, visual programming, and architectural film making to communicate their projects. They have responded to the broader themes of ecologies, the climate emergency, interaction, and engagement.
Image: Wild Woodbury, Dorset Wildlife Trust, Credit James Burland, June 2021
The festival location has some uneven paved areas but mostly consists of undulating grassland, fields and rough tracks.
On Saturday 23 September there will be Audio Desciption, tactile tours and a BSL interpreter for performances of Songs for a Shifting Soil and Five Seasons. Please meet at the main information desk thirty minutes before the performance for more information.
Volunteers will also be available to provide help and information.
Plan Your Visit
Wild Woodbury, Dorset Wildlife Trust’s rewilding site, Bere Regis, BH20 7LL.
Once on Southbrook Road, the entrance to Wild Woodbury is along a track opposite Elder Road.
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