‘to fall like a wounded animal into a place that was meant for revelations’ – a new series of photographs by Brazil-based artist Alix Breda.
Audio, photography and text by artist Jessica Emsley from A Receptive Walk, an artistic exercise to disrupt the usual rhythms of more-than-human communication.
An interview with Professor Simon Kirby and artist/ musicians Tommy Perman and Rob St. John discussing their ongoing collaborative project, Sing the Gloaming.
Delving back into the histories of Virginia, writer Darlene Taylor encounters song lyrics and merchant lists, slave narratives, adventure tales, and their material traces in buildings and landscape.
A digital found text poem by Sam Fulton, charting the trajectory of the Whitechapel Fatberg, an enormous mass of congealed fat in the sewers beneath London.
Heather Swan, author of Where Honeybees Thrive, explores the taxidermy art of Claire Morgan alongside her own encounters with owls and death.
A journey from Iceland across to the Faroe Islands and finally to Sweden, by illustrator, artist and author Helen Cann.
How to live when your own emotional responses remain a mystery? New writing on family and grief by Catharine Murray.