During 2021 Unpublished Tour multimedia event took place at Millom Palladium, Cumbria. Later, it was recommended to Liverpool John Moores University resulting in an invitation to show all the work in their national and internationally renowned Fabric Festival.
The event was postponed, the University wanting to see the work in Liverpool asked the Bridewell Studios and Gallery to host the work. multi-media event of installations, photography, film, writing, performance with guest speakers and events throughout the first iPV 1st October 6-9.
To launch the event Wallace Heim's performance was written for Unpublished Tour, experimental work with two monologues about an area of compelling and puzzling beauty in Cumbria. A man speaks to the estuary seas. A woman talks about Black Combe. Both speak about the uncertainties of the future David Cooper written work and spoken word are based on his The Duddon Estuary, The Myriad Lines of its Relations and Di McGhee's environmental installation Flow, based on the trip all artists undertook with the Duddon Inshore Rescue Team. Irene Rogan's Flaming Fleeces Beyond Place, Live art event with a performance By Jo and Neil Wade, David Baker and the Royal Liverpool Hospital Choir 14th October 6-9 pm Free
- Contexts: Collaboration , Curatorial , Exhibition , Project , Research
- Artforms: Environment , Film & video , Installation , Live art , Photography
- Tags: Bridewell Studios and Gallery, Liverpool, Whited Sepulchres - Nulear Semiotics, environmental art, UNPUBLISHED Liverpool, Cumbrian Artists, Millom, Cumbria, Unpublished Tour, In Certain Places