2-28 August 2018, Rydal Mount, Ambleside, Cumbria
Dorothy’s Room is an new installation created for Dorothy Wordsworth’s bedroom at Rydal Mount in The Lake District, which uses film, sound and objects brought in from the outside landscape.
12-14 September 2014, Snowdonia, Wales
The Gathering / Yr Helfa was a site-specific walking-performance inspired by the annual cycles of sheep-farming at Hafod y Llan farm located on Snowdon, Wales.
September 2012, Trough of Bowland, Lancashire.
Ghost Bird (15 & 16 September 2012), was a silent walking-performance and live-art installation specific to the Langden Valley in the Trough of Bowland, an upland landscape internationally important for its heather moorland, blanket bog and rare birds.
May 2011, Yorkshire Dales
Fissure (20 - 22 May 2011), was a unique walking performance that unfolded over three days in the Yorkshire Dales. It was an extraordinary encounter between artists, scientists, audiences and landscape that explored life, death, grief and renewal.
September 2010, Silverdale, Lancashire
Jack Scout (17 - 26 Sept 2010) was a walking performance specific to Jack Scout, an intimate location in Silverdale, Lancashire, of bewitching beauty and extraordinary aesthetic, cultural and scientific value overlooking the vast sands and tides of Morecambe Bay.
Sept 2008, Far Arnside, Morecambe Bay
Still Life was an intertidal performance specific to the sands of Morecambe Bay and the shoreline at Far Arnside in Sept 2008 and rev. 2009. It was created and performed by Louise Ann Wilson and Nigel Stewart.