An Lucht Siúil (The Walking People), 2020 Mark Garry
Irish artist and composer Mark Garry’s film An Lucht Siúil (The Walking People) looks at the relationships between land, movement and ownership through richly intertwined songs sung in both English and Shelta (the language of Irish travellers). A work first shown in his solo show Songs and the Soil.
In the Little Cinema, Level 2. Running times 11am, 12.20pm, 1.40pm, 3pm, 4.20pm. Duration 12.06 minutes.
Wild Relatives, 2018 (Walid, organic farmer) Jumana Manna
In her 2018 documentary, Wild Relatives, Palestinian artist Jumana Manna explores the tensions between human need and natural resources. Through the journey of seeds and the migrant women responsible for their replanting, the film tells the story of the Arctic’s Svalbard Global Seed Vault.
In the Little Cinema, Level 2. Running times 11.16am, 12.36pm, 1.56pm, 3.16pm, 4.36pm. Duration 64 minutes.
Look Then Below, 2019 Ben Rivers
Ben Rivers’ film Look Then Below looks to the future, journeying into a subterranean world. Shot beneath the Mendip hills and ancient woodland in Somerset, the film reimagines a future in which the full impact of environmental damage inflicted by man is felt.
In Gallery 4, Level 1. On a continuous loop. Duration 22 minutes.