Jo Ray provided research and responses to the work of biologist Nikolaas “Niko” Tinbergen – whose pioneering work on the West Cumbrian dunes in the 1960’s led to him winning the Nobel Prize.
Terry the Science Viking
Terry the Science Viking performed and workshopped the historical and scientific context of Vikings in the area.
Sound artist Stuart Bannister who conducted sound and performative experiments in and around the Ravenglass estuary.
The Great Indoors
The wet launch of RE Drift invited improv duo The Great Indoors to perform live and improvised at Kokoarrah rocks at low tide. They were then invited to perform on dry land at Drigg Dunes, midnight on Halloween.
These performances were broadcast live via our instagram account. The artists responded to these unique location via bat detectors, voice, diy instruments and megaphone.
RE Drift presented an online screening of MARRA! plus Q&A with its creator, Natalie Sharp AKA Lone Taxidermist;
Hailing from Cumbria’s west coast Natalie Sharp returned home to explore her upbringing through a series of short films, reflecting on life as a first generation immigrant in small-town Cumbria set against the arcane, esoteric rituals and traditions that bubble under the surface of everyday life.
Photographer Philip Green worked with Irene Rogan collaborating and documenting the Restoration project.
Videographer worked in collaboration with Irene Rogan filming Flaming Fleeces at Lowscales Farm for her environmental performance
Photos by Eve Mulholland.
Additional photos by John McCurrie, Stephen Leece, and by the artists.