Company: PiP Practice in Performance
Listening to Water Gwrando ar y Dwr
‘If you’re not looking, you probably won’t find it - it’s like a game of hide and seek. The sound of water will alert you, if only you stop your thoughts long enough to hear it.’
Listening to water, Gwrando 'i'r Ddwr is an artistic exploration investigating our sensory connections to the landscape; how might listening inform our sense of place? How can a shift in the gaze allow ancient resonances to appear?
Echoes and memories of sacred places lie just out of reach on barely trodden paths. These almost indescribable fragments defy capture by one single medium, yet, if allowed, can speak to us in a multitude of ways.
An ongoing creative dialogue between three women attempting to harness the intangible qualities of the out there.
Mid-Wales based arts collective PIP (Performance-In-Practice)
Rebecca Louise Collins, Naomi Heath & Jane Lloyd Francis
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, The Round Studio, 30th May 2013 7.30pm