“Sea of Change brings together narratives and oral history accounts from people whose travel across the sea for survival has been met and supported by another body, another fighter for freedom – those who worked or volunteered to save them. Sea of Change bring these voices into a space – reactivated and re-embodied – and to re-enact these tales of humanity and compassion.
The project is realised in collaboration with a number of socially engaged, humanitarian, community and co-operative organisations, as well as individuals who have worked to change other people’s lives.”
Antigoni Pasidi, Curator
Devised & Performed by Hari Marini
Text based on testimonies: Michael Cecil (Refugee Rescue), Janine Bleuer and Fabien Pierrugues (Refugee4Refugees), Brendan Woodhouse
Poetry: Barbara Bridger
Soundscape: Fotis Karagiannis
Special thanks: Antigoni Pasidi, Plymouth College of Art, George Moustakas, Soundart Radio 102.5 FM | Community Radio Station for Totnes