Sanctuary At National Quaker Gathering
On Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th August, the Sanctuary Installation was up and running for members of the national quaker gathering. The gathering ran for a week, and was comprised of a rich and diverse programme, covering social and economic justice, climate change, quaker meetings, history and for the first time ever a diverse art programme.
The Sanctuary installation, which takes audiences of four on an intimate sound journey for 4o minutes was fully booked on both days, and received positive feedback from audience members. The following day I went onto my interview for Artist in residence at Tate St Ives, and the next day the Sanctuary crew travelled straight to Wilderness Festival.