The Displaced Nation

Those of you who now live or have lived in a place other than your place of birth may be interested to take a look at The Displaced Nation and to sign up for their bi-monthly Displaced Dispatch. For the last eighteen months I have been interviewing authors for the site’s regular column, ‘Location, Locution’….

Remote Performances in Nature and Architecture

Remote Performances in Nature and Architecture is published at the beginning of October. It explores the relationship between place and creativity, with contributions from twenty-one artists and writers.

REMOTE PERFORMANCES – Radio Broadcasts from the Scottish Highlands

The last two days of the Remote Performances broadcasts are today and tomorrow 12-4.30pm on: http://radioplayer.resonancefm.com/console/ Twenty artists have been working in Glen Nevis in the Scottish Highlands, making new work and presenting live radio broadcasts every afternoon. The project is documented at: http://www.remoteperformances.co.uk/ And my daily blogs are at: http://www.thisisliveart.co.uk/projects/remote-performances-online/ So far the broadcasts have…

Radio Broadcasts

Remote Performances is a series of radio broadcasts in early August from the Outlandia treehouse in Glen Nevis. I am running a workshop with local writers and we will broadcast on Thursday 7 August. I will also be blogging on the project during that week. Check the Remote Performances website for further details and listen…

REMOTE PERFORMANCES

London Fieldworks and Resonance104.4fm present REMOTE PERFORMANCES New artworks made for radio and broadcast live from Outlandia 4- 9August 2014  http://www.remoteperformances.co.uk Remote Performances is a collaboration between artists London Fieldworks and Resonance104.4fm, (the world’s first art radio station). For one week in August 2014, 20 specially commissioned artist performances and programmes created with local residents…

Walking, mapping, writing workshop in Fort William

Tuesday 5 August 2014             10am – 4pm Lochaber Archive Centre, Fort William and Glen Nevis Visitor Centre Free ‘The moment my legs begin to move my thoughts begin to flow’, wrote Henry Thoreau. Many other writers including Walt Whitman, John Muir, Iain Sinclair, Will Self, Robert Macfarlane and Rebecca Solnit have written about walking in wild…