Stepping Out

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Walking piece details

Duration 150 minutes

Stepping Out by Red Herring Productions is a coastal walking performance.

The walks will include field recordings of sounds from the North Devon coastline.  The field recordings and sound design may possibly  be made available as a remote downloadable experience or if people  living locally  could also download and visit some of the locations of the field recordings.  Plans include uploading sound files to an online platform.

Red Herring Productions are delivering the project in partnership with the North Devon Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty who are celebrating their 60th anniversary this year.

 

Near Crow Point, Braunton, UK

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