Natalia Eernstman, artist, researcher and project manager for Golden Tree, is collaborating with the ESI on various projects concerning coastal change, extreme weather and community resilience.
Arvor is a long-term strand of creative work around the influence of the sea on the Cornish coast, its communities and culture. As part of the AXA Outlook project You, Me and Our Resilience (with Professor Katrina Brown) we completed Weather the Storm, an outdoor, interactive performance in Porthleven.
We are now working on Miss You Already, in which five artists will create work on three erosion-prone coastal locations, gathering people’s memories and stories of these places and exploring what it feels like to lose parts of the coast to the sea.
, the ESI Research Associate on the project said, “I am fascinated by Josie’s environmentally friendly techniques, powered by plants and combining traditional methods with modern technology, the perfect interpretation of our Farms for AONBees project”.