I am a cultural geographer and emeritus professor of Environmental Humanities. I have written a lot of things about tides and intertidal places such as estuaries. I grew up
I am a cultural geographer and emeritus professor of Environmental Humanities. I have written a lot of things about tides and intertidal places such as estuaries.
I grew up by the Severn Estuary and I run a blog called Tidal Cultures. This stems from a previous project conducted with Bettina Van Hoven of Groningen University, which studied cultural and creative aspects of the Severn Estuary and the Wadden Sea. There is a lot of tidal info on the blog. This includes a long list of books about tides. It also includes a ‘poetic glossary’ of various historic, local and other words relating to tides. https://tidalcultures.wordpress.com/a-tidal-glossary/ Through the blog I am now collaborating with the Arizona University based artist and scholar Heather Green. She is a fabulous artist who has worked on the tidal area Bahía Adair/Bahía La Cholla—Sonora, Mexico.
We are working on joint projects on the Bahia and the Severn Estuary. See Tidal Timespace: Imprints & Palimpsests https://www.heathergreen-art.com/tidal-timespace
With regard to the Exe, I am drawn to all thing tides, so have photographed the Exe Estuary a few times as I have passed it on the train when visiting Plymouth University. I will put a link to the High Water project on the news page of my blog. I would love to be involved in some way. I could share photos, maybe video, or say about the tidal glossary, or stuff about the Severn Estuary where i grew up or the project I am doing with Heather Green
You can join the event on Zoom; go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/high-water-registration-140244752831 You will need to sign up to get the Zoom joining information.
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