Brighton Festival 2018 Bitesize: Woodlands review

May 15, 2018, 06:32 AM

Cushioned by soil and surrounded by leaf litter and new growth in Stamner Park, Woodland is a meditative and deeply affecting audio work. Using spoken narrative with insights from forensic anthropologists and ecologists, Woodland is a gentle confrontation with mortality that imagines our body’s return to the earth.

Helen Ganya Brown went along to review the installation for RadioReverb.

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