“Voices from an Archive: From Anger to a Passion in Blyth” by Kate Sweeney
Sikh Artistic Expressions of 1984 by Jasjit Singh.
Angry Tongues: Creative Practices of Anger in Politicised Poetry, Song-Writing and Performance by Steve Pool and Geoff Bright.
Artists Phyllis Christopher and Kate Sweeney worked with the Blyth Young Lesbian Group to produce a series of photographs.
This is work in progress from the ‘Narrating Injustice Artfully’ strand of (R)agency?, in which I have conducted over the summer 0f 2015 interviews with seven writers, all connected through a web of publications, projects and ideas around the idea of dealing with loss and the ecological and biodiversity crises. Work in progress audio is… Continue reading Narrating Injustice Artfully