An audio piece recorded in Crete, Greece and in Quebec, Canada.
Swim Pony and the PA Environmental Council
A storytelling app that puts YOU in the center of the drama! Let a 360° world swirl around you as you literally step into the shoes of characters as they run from monsters, uncover clues to mysteries or adventure into unknown secrets from the past.
Walking the Manhattan Eruv
Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
I walked the nearly 50 kilometres in Manhattan, trying to follow the route of the wire that is the Manhattan Eruv, circling the island.
Birling Gap, Eastbourne, UK
An audio piece about the mythical landscape of Birling Gap - a wild cliffy landscape in East Sussex, UK
Hilbre Island at High Tide
Hilbre Island, Wirral, UK
I compiled sounds recorded during a walk around Hilbre Island during high tide, when the island is cut off from mainland Wirral. I wanted to document the atmosphere of the island, for anyone unwilling or unable to make the journey themselves.
How To Draw A Tree
Dawn Matheson & Richelle Forsey
Guelph, ON, Canada
…a participatory art project bringing individuals with mental illnesses together with trees for a year-long creative, care-taking, reciprocal engagement culminating in an immersive SOUND WALK at the Arboretum, Guelph, Canada, and virtually.
Paving the way: an exploration of socially engaged female walking practices through sonic art
Originally created to accompany a research thesis, the audio tapestry presents opportunity to reflect on the role of sonic arts within participatory walking practices, exploring connection between two female walkers, and the space they move through.
A Linguistic Bestiary of Oyster Island
(RE)VERB / Gesso.fm
New York, NY, USA
A parable about rising oceans, human violence, and the strangeness of our mortal coil, which plays out on a tiny, Atlantis-like speck of rock in the middle of New York Harbor.
An Evening Symphony, with Barbed Wire
A Sound Walk podcast conversation. Composer Emma Welton walks, listens and talks with artist Volkhardt Müller an Exeter-based multidisciplinary artist with a professional interest in landscape, how people shape it and how it shapes people.
Back on the Drom: Steps in Time (episode 1)
The listener joins our hosts Livvi & Gus as they explore the old ruin of Moore Hall, near Lough Cara Co. Mayo. Although one is not required to listen in situ, it would certainly enhance the experience - safely exploring as one listens to the piece.