Come and hear our new work at Estuary Biennial 2016

Posted 20 June 2016 in Afterlife Exhibitions


We are delighted to announce a new audio work Waterborne will feature in the Points of Departure exhibition as part of Estuary 2016, an art biennial responding to the Thames Estuary.

Lose yourself in a place none of us will ever actually experience: the body’s decomposition after death. Waterborne describes the course of your body’s decay as it traverses time and space, from an urban canal, via the estuary, out to sea.

The exhibition takes place at Tilbury Cruise Terminal, from Saturday 17th September to Friday 30th September 2016.

On the opening night and weekend, a boat will take you to listen to the work on the Estuary. You can also hear the work on the lower landing stage of the Terminal throughout the exhibition.

Waterborne is presented by Metal, and is one of four audio works from our current project, Afterlife, which is supported by The Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England.

Read more about the Afterlife project here

Dates: 17th-30th September
Venue: Tilbury Cruise Terminal, Ferry Road, Tilbury, Thurrock, RM18 7NG.

Image: French & Mottershead