Caerlaverock sound walk.

The third piece of work in response to the awarded Artful Migration residency at WWT Caerlaverock. During the research period the artist became aware of the lacklustre and often misinformed attitudes of the general public in regards to climate change and the impacts on Scotland. As a result the artist interviewed leading scientists, conservationists and the general public to create a site specific sound walk. The audio from participants describe either witnessed changes or considered likely impacts to this fragile coastline reserve. As the audience walk around the site engaging with this work they are able to envisage the destructive changes that are forecast to unfold.

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Dr Jim Hansom

Professor of Geography (adjunct), University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Reader, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow.

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Roseanna Cunningham

Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform

Image courtesy of By The Scottish Government -, OGL,