Artist Julieann Worrall Hood and researcher Paul March-Russell will be discussing Paul’s research and his interest in Russell Hoban’s Riddley Walker. They will also be discussing how Julieann will respond to the novel, with a Family Art Making Day in 2021, using found materials to create proposals for a new monument to Riddley Walker, set in the East Kent landscape.
Thanks again to everyone who attended, contributed or made the Riddley Walker at 40 Sum Poasyum, Sum Tyms Bit, possible.
Further events are planned for the spring.
We recorded the talks and discussions and aim to keep these available indefinitely — with minor exceptions. (Click on sessions for the YouTube films and the rest for the event descriptions.)
- Emily Guerry, ‘The Legend of St Eustace’
- Kent Animal Humanities Network [Chair: Kaori Nagai]
- Feral Practice and Esi Eshun
- Sara Trillo – ‘Lomea’
- Amy Cutler – ‘Walking my Riddels’ (live performance)
Artists’ Films (These will not be permanently archived)