1. Da Fishing Hands

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    Da Fishing Hands is a musical and cultural project written and devised by Inge Thomson featuring lyrics by Lise Sinclair. This film is a short document following the debut performance on Fair isle of Da fishing Hands by Inge and her band in May 2014. The film features 3 songs from the new album Da Fishing Hands. This film and project were made possible by support from Cape Farewell and Creative Scotland, and are dedicated to the memory of Lise Sinclair. Da Fishing Hands CD is now available for purchase, and anyone interested in booking a performance of the DA Fishing Hands should contact Inge directly via www.ingethomson.com .

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    • Te Waipounamu / NZ South Island

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      • Interislanding

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        Our last days on the North Island in Wellington, the ferry ride to the South Island, a swimming hole between Picton and Nelson, cape Farewell, and Harwood's Hole.

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        • Cape Farewell - An introduction

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          Cape Farewell changes the way we think about climate change. Climate change is a reality. Caused by us all, it is a cultural, social and economic problem and must move beyond scientific debate. Cape Farewell is committed to the notion that artists can engage the public in this issue, through creative insight and vision.

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          • David Buckland: Re-integrating Art, Design and Science for a Future World

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            At Six panel discussion at the Royal Society of New Zealand on what new future might be created if artists, scientists, designers and engineers worked collaboratively to create innovation solutions to urgent issues? David Buckland is the creator and director of Cape Farewell, www.capefarewell.com. He has led eight transdisciplinary expeditions into the high Arctic which has led to a creative outpouring of film, music, artworks, books and poetry, all of which articulate the need to engage with climate change on a human scale and with visionary insight. David Buckland will be speaking about the symbiotic dynamic of science and art and the climate change challenge.

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            • Tigerless by Rachel Lewis - Cape Farewell/Poetry Society for SWITCH: Youth Poetics

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              Written by Rachel Lewis. Music composed by David Julyan, published by Eaton Music courtesy of the Music Sales Group. Images: Experimental go-pro video @ Marieke Helmus (shot at Ameland, Holland), 2014. This poem was written in response to the theme of 'Vanishing' for a Poetry Society/Cape Farewell Collaboration www.capefarewell.com/switch www.poetrysociety.org.uk/content/education/capefarewell/ Melting icebergs and disappearing rainforests – climate change is affecting us now and we must respond. Cape Farewell, an organisation that challenges audiences to think differently about climate change and the natural systems we inhabit, has teamed up with the Poetry Society's Young Poets Network on the SWITCH: Youth Poetics programme (www.capefarewell.com/switch) to create four unique poetry soundscapes that immerse the audience in the beauty and vulnerability of our planet. Selected by poet Helen Mort from hundreds of entries submitted by young poets from across the UK and beyond, the four winning poems respond to the realities and challenges of our changing environment. These four pieces have been set to their own unique score by Hollywood composer David Julyan, who has written and produced the soundtracks for huge box-office hits such as Memento, The Cabin in the Woods, Insomnia and Eden Lake. The four winning poetry scores are: ‘Tigerless’ by Rachel Lewis, 18, London; ‘How We Left’ by Denisa Vítová, 19, Switzerland; ‘Lines of Memory’ by Theo Lewis, 18, Wiltshire and ‘Emberman’ by Nat Norland, 16, Cambridge. The Copyright in the Musical Work vests solely in the Composer. Each Work will be owned 50/50 by the Composer and the author of the Text embodied into each Work. http://www.poetrysociety.org.uk/content/education/capefarewell/

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              • Lines of Memory - Cape Farewell/Poetry Society for SWITCH: Youth Poetics

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                Written by Theo Lewis. Music composed by David Julyan, published by Eaton Music courtesy of the Music Sales Group. This poem was written in response to the theme of 'Borders' for a Poetry Society/Cape Farewell Collaboration . www.capefarewell.com/switch www.poetrysociety.org.uk/content/education/capefarewell/ Melting icebergs and disappearing rainforests – climate change is affecting us now and we must respond. Cape Farewell, an organisation that challenges audiences to think differently about climate change and the natural systems we inhabit, has teamed up with the Poetry Society's Young Poets Network on the SWITCH: Youth Poetics programme (capefarewell.com/switch) to create four unique poetry soundscapes that immerse the audience in the beauty and vulnerability of our planet. Selected by poet Helen Mort from hundreds of entries submitted by young poets from across the UK and beyond, the four winning poems respond to the realities and challenges of our changing environment. These four pieces have been set to their own unique score by Hollywood composer David Julyan, who has written and produced the soundtracks for huge box-office hits such as Memento, The Cabin in the Woods, Insomnia and Eden Lake. The four winning poetry scores are: ‘Tigerless’ by Rachel Lewis, 18, London; ‘How We Left’ by Denisa Vítová, 19, Switzerland; ‘Lines of Memory’ by Theo Lewis, 18, Wiltshire and ‘Emberman’ by Nat Norland, 16, Cambridge. The Copyright in the Musical Work vests solely in the Composer. Each Work will be owned 50/50 by the Composer and the author of the Text embodied into each Work. http://www.poetrysociety.org.uk/content/education/capefarewell/

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                • How we left - Cape Farewell/Poetry Society for SWITCH: Youth Poetics

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                  Written by Denisa Vítová . Music composed by David Julyan, published by Eaton Music courtesy of the Music Sales Group. This poem was written in response to the theme of 'Moving' for a Poetry Society/Cape Farewell Collaboration www.capefarewell.com/switch www.poetrysociety.org.uk/content/education/capefarewell/ Melting icebergs and disappearing rainforests – climate change is affecting us now and we must respond. Cape Farewell, an organisation that challenges audiences to think differently about climate change and the natural systems we inhabit, has teamed up with the Poetry Society's Young Poets Network on the SWITCH: Youth Poetics programme (capefarewell.com/switch) to create four unique poetry soundscapes that immerse the audience in the beauty and vulnerability of our planet. Selected by poet Helen Mort from hundreds of entries submitted by young poets from across the UK and beyond, the four winning poems respond to the realities and challenges of our changing environment. These four pieces have been set to their own unique score by Hollywood composer David Julyan, who has written and produced the soundtracks for huge box-office hits such as Memento, The Cabin in the Woods, Insomnia and Eden Lake. The four winning poetry scores are: ‘Tigerless’ by Rachel Lewis, 18, London; ‘How We Left’ by Denisa Vítová, 19, Switzerland; ‘Lines of Memory’ by Theo Lewis, 18, Wiltshire and ‘Emberman’ by Nat Norland, 16, Cambridge. The Copyright in the Musical Work vests solely in the Composer. Each Work will be owned 50/50 by the Composer and the author of the Text embodied into each Work. Copyright @ the authors, 2014

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                  • Emberman - Cape Farewell/Poetry Society for SWITCH: Youth Poetics

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                    Written by Nat Norland. Music composed by David Julyan, published by Eaton Music courtesy of the Music Sales Group. Images copyright @ Simon Barraclough 2014. This poem was written in response to the theme of 'Destruction as creation' for a Poetry Society/Cape Farewell Collaboration www.capefarewell.com/switch www.poetrysociety.org.uk/content/education/capefarewell/ Melting icebergs and disappearing rainforests – climate change is affecting us now and we must respond. Cape Farewell, an organisation that challenges audiences to think differently about climate change and the natural systems we inhabit, has teamed up with the Poetry Society's Young Poets Network on the SWITCH: Youth Poetics programme (capefarewell.com/switch) to create four unique poetry soundscapes that immerse the audience in the beauty and vulnerability of our planet. Selected by poet Helen Mort from hundreds of entries submitted by young poets from across the UK and beyond, the four winning poems respond to the realities and challenges of our changing environment. These four pieces have been set to their own unique score by Hollywood composer David Julyan, who has written and produced the soundtracks for huge box-office hits such as Memento, The Cabin in the Woods, Insomnia and Eden Lake. The four winning poetry scores are: ‘Tigerless’ by Rachel Lewis, 18, London; ‘How We Left’ by Denisa Vítová, 19, Switzerland; ‘Lines of Memory’ by Theo Lewis, 18, Wiltshire and ‘Emberman’ by Nat Norland, 16, Cambridge. The Copyright in the Musical Work vests solely in the Composer. Each Work will be owned 50/50 by the Composer and the author of the Text embodied into each Work. http://www.poetrysociety.org.uk/content/education/capefarewell/

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                    • A loop into Cape Farewell Country

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                      from Willem Vandoorne / Added

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                      Hiking along Kangerdluk fjord en through the mountains towards Stordalens Havn, Cape Farewell Country, Greenland. For a full trip report, check out: http://willemvandoorne.wordpress.com

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