| 2021-09-16 17:00|
Join artist Kathy Hinde on a walk to listen to Bristol from an underwater perspective using hydrophones. Contemplate Bristol’s unique tidal range (the second largest in the world) from an edge point of the city, demarcated by a shifting watery passageway carving a space between the urban and the rural, the Avon gorge.
Kathy will be joined by a guest from Underfall Yard Trust, who will share insights into the work that happens every day to help prevent Bristol from flooding due to the high tides.
River Echoes Deep Listening Walks and are transmitted live onto wireless headphones offering an enhanced listening experience of a live mix between the usually inaudible underwater soundscape and amplified sounds of the surroundings interspersed with a conversation between the walking guides.
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River Echoes is part of a collective investigation into Bristol’s waterways. A project by Kathy Hinde with producer Sam Francis, Commissioned by Ginkgo, and sponsored by Bouygues UK.