On the estuary with Full of Noises as part of Acoustic Commons
The low-laying fells leading to the coast of Cumbria hold a unique setting for wildlife and soundscapes.
The Ravenglass estuary is an acoustically diverse and transformative area, equally remote yet accessible to all, and holding potential for a majestic array of sounds- twenty four hours a day. Sheltered from the sea by Drigg Dunes and with the three rivers of Esk, Irt, and Mite meeting - enabling wildlife, both migratory and land-locked, equal room for maneuver.
RL Wilson is an artist and researcher, working with sound, moving image, text, and performance.