Sounding Coastal Change is a research project about social and environmental change in North Norfolk. The idea is to use sound, music and different kinds of listening, to explore the ways in which the coast is changing and how peoples’ lives are changing with it.

The project home is Blakeney village and the research activities focus upon the village, Blakeney National Nature Reserve, and North Norfolk more generally.

Examples of sound works, music recordings, photography and film produced through the project are geotagged and uploaded to the sound map, to both document the project as well as showcase the creations of the people we collaborate with.

Project Info

  • Client:
    The Open university
  • Project:
    Web Design
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