Fluid Tense: Exploring watery pasts and futures of St. Werburghs II

Fluid Tense: exploring watery pasts and futures of St. Werburghs with local artists Jethro Brice and Seila Fernández Arconada

This creative, participatory workshop explores the past, present and future waterscapes of St. Werburghs and the surrounding area, each person contributing a small piece to a surprise outdoor spectacle.

This workshop took place in Bristol (UK) the 16th of September 2014 as part of the project HighWaterLine (www.highwaterline.org).

Thanks to all the participants.

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river boats

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