Flood Stories

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Duration15 minutes
CostFree
No longer available

Flood Stories is a participatory audio storytelling installation in Lismore, NSW, Australia (31 Mar – 9 Apr 2020). It shares the experiences of people impacted by the 2017 Cyclone Debbie flood and those involved in rescue and recovery, through listening and walking.

Jeanti St Clair

Jeanti St Clair

Jeanti St Clair is a media lecturer at Southern Cross University in Australia, and a documentary and audio walk producer. She is currently researching sound design in the locative space for her PhD at the University of Wollongong. In 2019, she undertook a ...

Near Lismore NSW, Australia

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