An Hour from Here

An Hour from Here is a short film about collaboration. A collaboration between poet Katrina Naomi and the visual artist, Tim Ridley. You can view the film by clicking on the image below.

The collaboration involves poetry, art, walking, silence and Cornwall. It was made during a residency at Brisons Veor, Cape Cornwall. #anhourfromhere

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9 thoughts on “An Hour from Here”

  1. Caroline Carver

    I loved this, the poetry, the movement of the sea, the compelling ness of still photographs. And the collaboration added so much.

    Sometime I must resurrect and show you my never-published poem about North Cornwall, recorded by Jenny Agutter and shown once in public.

    Thank you both! Love xx

  2. Just seen this and thought the reservoir building looked ominous. I liked the relationship between the different waters in your poem about it.

  3. I spent a total of at least four months in five residencies at Brisons Veor and the images and words made me cry for the memories of such beauty and peace. Thank you for sharing this gift that has nourished so many artists, going well beyond our jottings in the communal book there.

    Sharyn Finnegan, NYC

  4. I spent a total of at least four months in five residencies at Brisons Veor and the images and words made me cry for the memories of such beauty and peace. Thank you for sharing this gift that has nourished so many artists, going well beyond our jottings in the communal book there.

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