Private View | Immaterial Terrain
Please join filmmaker Emily Richardson and collaborators for an evening to celebrate the premiere of a new film, Immaterial Terrain, made along a seven-mile stretch of the Suffolk coast between the site of the proposed new nuclear power station at Sizewell and the mythic drowned city of Dunwich.
The film will form part of an exhibition at Snape Maltings during April and is complemented by three podcasts, featuring interviews with people who live and work in and around Sizewell.
Following the film there will be a live conversation and Q&A during the evening.
The film will be on view as part of an installation at Snape Maltings until 23 April.