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Artist Dave Young (The Shouting Mute) is joined by designer Sophie Fretwell and sound designer Jonathan Leitch to create an immersive poetic installation.
If the Earth could speak, what would it say? Interviewing and collecting thoughts from local farmers, scientists and activists about their relationship with the landscape in Dorset, capturing their views on climate change in this poetic exploration.
Experience this installation created from natural and upcycled materials. You’ll hear a soundscape of poems and verbatim recordings from interviews as we explore our relationship with the Earth.
Some of the innovative costume designs created by the Arts University Bournemouth’s project ‘Costumes for Change’ will be showcased here to address the issues of climate change and the environment.
Creator/ Director: Dave Young, The Shouting Mute
Designer: Sophie Fretwell
Sound designer: Jonathan Leitch
Sound technician: Tom Hughes
Costume designer: Ella Kearvell
Costume designer: Benedicte Olsson Lønes
Costume designer: Camille Bourasseau
Horticulturalist: Devon Pering
On Site Manager/Creative Producer: Ciaran Parsons
Personal Assistant /Associate Artist: Ellisha Brinkhurst
Project Manager/Producer: Emma Young
Partnering with Earth is supported by Arts Council England, The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, DCMS, Dorset Council, Dorset AONB, Jerwood Arts, Artful Scribe, The Garrick Club Charitable Trust, The Leche Trust, Symondsbury Estate, LAND and The Green Carpet.
This performance takes place on hard-standing terrain. The route between sections is approximately 55m, and the distance to Front of House approximately 65m. The performance involves standing and walking, and there is some seating available in vicinity.
Further access information can be found through the ‘Plan your visit’ link below.
Plan Your Visit
With the current climate crisis, we try to work in a greener way and understand that we all need to be part of the solution in protecting our planet. We encourage you to consider how you get to the festival and adapt to ‘greener’ ways if possible. Follow this link to plan your visit to Inside Out Dorset.