The Ephemeral River

a Global Nomadic Art Project

The Ephemeral River (dancing, speaking, singing, laughing)

A Global Nomadic Art Project

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The Ephemeral River takes place at Dartington Hall in the UK from June 9 to June 18, 2018

 

About

About

Global Nomadic Art Project UK 2018 The Ephemeral River (Global Nomadic Art Project 2018) takes place in the UK from ... Read More
Blog

Blog

Now that the project is underway, our rapporteur Alix Rothnie, has begun reporting. Read it here ... Read More
The team

The team

Selected Artists Read more detailed information about GNAP People A global open call for artists yielded 200 applications from 34 countries ... Read More

Rapporteur (Alix Rothnie) blog

Final Thoughts (Days 9/10)

Final Thoughts (Days 9/10)

The last few days of The Ephemeral River residency were spent finalising our contemplations with the River Dart and sharing ... Read More
Figures in a Landscape (Day 8)

Figures in a Landscape (Day 8)

A large number of the artists here are putting themselves, their body, into the image - performative gestures of the ... Read More
Ethical Action (Day 7)

Ethical Action (Day 7)

Inherently, the ephemeral is environmentally-conscious. Leaving no trace is also a ethical decision. The mutual respect between ourselves and nature ... Read More
A Mayfly's Perspective (Day 6)

A Mayfly’s Perspective (Day 6)

How long does something need to last? Ephemerality follows the Greek word ἐφήμερος (ephḗmeros) meaning “of, for, or during the ... Read More
An Ephemeral Document (Day 5)

An Ephemeral Document (Day 5)

As a group, we took a trip to Dartmoor, a local national park of vast open moorland and deep river ... Read More
Gathering of Voices (Day 4)

Gathering of Voices (Day 4)

We’re all in the same boat There are different ways into a project and a place, and each artist comes ... Read More
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