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‘King of the Sea Trees’ shanty

A recording, August 2017, of the 'King of the Sea Trees' shanty, composed and performed by David Moore (under the pseudonym Dafydd Eto) and drawing on traditional songs of the sea in response to Erin Kavanagh's poem of the same name, with the prologue of the poem spoken by Erin Kavanagh and also backing vocals by her; recorded by Jacob Whittaker and used in the project exhibitions.

'Layers in the Landscape' film

‘Layers in the Landscape’, 2016, a short film which sought to ‘deep map’ Cardigan Bay by bringing together multi-disciplinarian experts in a range of fields, each with skill crossovers with at least one of the other participants; what they chose to produce was their own choice and developed organically; the contributors include Martin Bates (geoscience and archaeology), Maria Hayes (artwork), Diarmuid Johnson (medieval Welsh language and literature), Lynne Denman (song), Peter Stevenson (artwork and folklore), Jacob Whittaker (filming and editing) and Erin Kavanagh (direction, production, folklore, photography, geoscience, archaeology and artwork), and there is also an interview with the geoscientist Denis Bates; the film includes the ‘Time Scroll’, the ‘Thin Deep Map’ and excerpts from the ‘Bran’ song’ and the ‘King of the Sea Trees’ poem; filmed and edited by Jacob Whittaker, directed and produced by Erin Kavanagh, and used in the project exhibitions.

‘Sandstorm’ postcard

A postcard image, 2017, of ‘Sandstorm’, comprising a poem and a photograph of Borth beach, both by Erin Kavanagh; the postcard was produced by the ‘Layers in the Landscape’ project and used in the project exhibitions.

‘King of the Sea Trees’ postcard

A postcard image, 2017, of the ‘King of the Sea Trees’, drawn and designed by Erin Kavanagh with an extract from her poem of the same name; the postcard was produced by the ‘Layers in the Landscape’ project and used in the project exhibitions.

Antlers postcard

A postcard image, 2017, of the prehistoric red deer antlers discovered at Borth; the postcard was produced by the ‘Layers in the Landscape’ project and used in the project exhibitions.

Antlers at Tan-y-bwlch

A photograph, 2016, of the antlers belonging to a 3,1000-3,300 year-old red deer stag that were discovered at Borth by visitors in the summer of 2016, seen here at Tan-y-bwlch, Aberystwyth, where they were drawn by contributors to the ‘Layers in the Landscape’ project; photograph by Erin Kavanagh.

'Bran' song

A recording, 2016, of the song ‘Bran’ which was composed and performed by Lynne Denman in response to Erin Kavanagh’s work on Cardigan Bay and ‘Branwen uerch Lyr’ as well as the discovery of prehistoric antlers at Borth in 2016, anticipating their association with the ‘King of the Sea Trees’ in Erin Kavanagh’s poem; recorded by Erin Kavanagh and used in the films ‘The Bridge’ and ‘Layers in the Landscape’ as well as in the project exhibitions.

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