Sue Palmer has been commissioned to produce sound and video pieces to go on the Web and hand held PDAs. She is exploring migratory and transitory paths made by humans and non-humans across the Neroche landscape.
Working as part of the Neroche Scheme/SAW project ‘Revealing The Landscape’ in the Blackdown Hills, Sue has recently completed a web-based work which maps some of the species and events passing through the Neroche landscape.
Transience tracks migrations of seeds, birds, soil, moths, people, weather, history and satellites through short videos, texts and images embedded into a click-and-drag map.
The link below will take you to a website made by Sue Palmer
(the site uses sound and Flash)
From January to November 2008, Sue collected the material for Transience through walking, driving, conversation and encounter. The blog documenting this process is at: http://www.suenerocheartwork.blogspot.com