DAD RADIO #7 | local ecology & peripatetic landscapes
DAD RADIO Episode #7 explores thinking around biodiversity and human-nature discourse. It features an interview with Ian Bride, an artist, carpenter, woodland management specialist and interdisciplinary academic working in the fields of biodiversity conservation, education & anthropology (University of Kent). Ian discusses local ecology and conservation with relation to the unique White Cliffs ecosystem, multispecies interconnectivity and how awareness of nature aids localised thinking and responsibility.
Also featuring the poem ‘Secret Places’ by Paul Dagys and two sonic portraits, ‘land consumption – everyday’ and ‘peripatetic landscapes’, from Gabor Stark (precarious propositions), produced for a sound sculpture with Emilio Koutsoftides for the Cyprus Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice Biennale 2021.