Reflect: sound, light & Music at Bude Seapool
October 4 - October 6| Free
Bringing together, sound, light and Music at Bude Seapool
A sound and light event that brings the Bude Sea Pool to life in its beach huts and the cliffs surrounding the pool. From intimate beach hut folk gigs to large scale outdoor artworks.
( Please note- times vary on the different days)
Ulf Pedersen / Timothy Crowley & Kate Ogley / Bencoolen Wreckers / Sonic Journeys / Ocean 404
Times: Timed entry slots each night from 7.45pm (sundown 7.15pm)
Location: Bude Sea Pool
FREE, but ticketed from https://www.reflectaamp.org/about
Internationally acclaimed artist Ulf Pedersen’s new work Karma Seas, sees a large-scale projection inspired by Bude on the cliff face which, when the water is in, will be reflected into the pool.
The Seapool beach huts will also be transformed with beautiful light colourations, making them into artworks in their own right.
Step inside the beach huts to enjoy an intimate live folk gig from local Sea Shanty singers Bencoolen Wreckers and Swirl,
A new interactive and generative sound installation by Cornish artists Timothy Crowley and Kate Ogley, created in response to the location and recorded experiences of those living in Bude and North Cornwall.
See the Worry Walk film by local youth group Blend and experience Sonic Journeys created by another community group Bude Beats with local musician James Dixon.
Plus, see how natural sounds can affect your mood with University of Exeter’s Ocean 404.
5th & 6th October
SEA SONG WALKS WITH SEAMAS CAREY
Times: 11am and 3pm
Location: Meeting Place – The Hub Bude Sea Pool to continue along the SW Coast Path
FREE, but ticketed from HERE
Singing and walking are two things proven to be good for our wel lbeing.
We bring these to the restorative coastal path, with groups meeting at The Hub to be led on a walk accompanied by Seamas Carey, Choir leader of Cornish, all-inclusive, cross-generational male voice choir MEN ARE SINGING.
More information about the REFLECT PROJECT
Two specially curated weekends of sound, light, music and art will unite local communities, regional and international artists to explore the connection between coastal living and wellbeing.
Through a series of briefings, talks and workshops running since early spring, REFLECT has brought people together to discuss their own lived experiences and connections to the coast. The project culminates this autumn with a large-scale outdoor sound and light event, featuring new commissions and works by international and local sound and visual artists, plus community groups. REFLECT aims to compare the impact of coastal living on resident’s mental health in two vastly contrasting coastal communities; Bude, North Cornwall and Gravesham, Kent.