Artist and cultural geographer Rob St John invites you to participate in an exchange between art and geography. Join him for the collective workshop activity of Cairn Building, contribute to his interactive sonic sculpture Sounding Space, hear him talk about his work or join him in discussion.
Exploring the mapping of movement, sound and growth in the newly created Tate Exchange space, the results will extend beyond three days and develop into a shared experiment in creative landscaping.
About Rob St John
Rob St John is an artist and cultural geographer from East Lancashire. His interdisciplinary practice often involves sound work, ecologically altered film photography, landscape writing and collaboration between art and science. St John’s recent projects include Concrete Antenna, 2016, Surface Tension, 2015 and Water of Life, 2013. He is currently working on long-term fieldwork to document the return of a former military island on the Finnish Archipelago.