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A 100 Mile Conversation: Screening & Discussion
11 April 2019
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
In spring 2013 Nathan Burr and Louis Buckley walked from Winchester to Beachy Head, the length of the South Downs Way.
The 100 mile journey was shared with everyone from farmers to therapists to discuss the connections between landscape, myth, mental health and end of life issues. This film documents the chain of conversations that took place over their nine-day journey.
Doors & Bar: 6:30pm
Film Screening Starts: 6:45pm PROMPT!
Screening Ends: 8:05pm
**15 MINUTE BREAK**
Discussion with Q&A: 8:20pm
Nathan is primarily interested in the creation of public and personal rituals which help facilitate the forming of individual and collective identities in relation to a particular place, space and time. Nathan studied Design Interactions at the RCA where Nathan developed an ethnographic public engagement practice that uses film, landscape and hairdressing as storytelling mediums.
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