Discover the hidden stories and forgotten landscapes of Britain
From salt flats to flood zones, abandoned villages to eroding coastlines, Edgelandia explores the remarkable places and people on the edges of the map: between land and water, wild and reclaimed, real and imagined. The project is formed by a series of artistic 'disruptions' and spans literature, performance, visual and sound art, film and digital media.
Impermanent Edge is a pilgrimage for what is lost along the UK's eastern coast. Follow Helen Goodwin's meditative interventions, chasing the vanishing edge, from Brighton to Whitby in this digital work.
Seagulls Don't Like Me is a short film exploring Blackpool’s coastline and those who walk it. A look at the wondrous honesty of a place that keeps going, adopting, reframing, conditioning and being alive.
An installation embedded in the industrial landscape around Billingham, Teesside. Poems and sculptural monuments by Thomas Pearson set in the reclaimed marshland of RSPB Saltholme respond to the submerged histories of this remarkable environment.
Rising waters, environmental activism, the lost region of Doggerland, freedom of movement and family connections. A mother-and-daughter audio work by Hannah Nicklin made at the eastern edge of Lincolnshire.
Set in Derbyshire's Hope Valley, Nick Murray's point-and-click experience Walk With Me to Derwent transports you back in time to explore villages lost beneath the waters of Ladybower Reservoir. A poetic meditation on memory and loss.