Sounding Coastal Change

Time and Tide

I spent Saturday afternoon in Blakeney installing a new audio piece at St Nicholas church for the Sounding Coastal Change project.

Called Time and Tide, it plays with the sound of the ticking clock in the church tower. It was the first thing I heard when I visited St Nicholas. I wanted to see how the live ticking would interact with a recording.

It worked better than I imagined, with the two sounds chasing each other over time, catching up and then seperating again. Sometimes it seems like they have found an extra tick!

The church is a little removed from the quay, but you only have to look at the inscriptions on some of the graves to see how the sea has played such a huge part not only in the working lives of the local community, but also in their spiritual one too.


IDCD – Reflection and replay

If, unlike me, you weren’t awake at 4am this morning, then you may want to take the chance to listen to the recorded version of this morning’s Dawn Chorus at Cley Marshes in North Norfolk.

Listen again and see some of the photographs I took during the set up and broadcast. (more…)