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Erygmascope is a collaboration between artist Tracy Hill, poet Ralph Hoyte, and Phil Phelps, musician, coder and audio-engineer. The title is taken from the name of a late 19th-century piece of apparatus designed for the examination of the strata of earth. The team have put together a series of 15 second snapshots that provide an unseen version of our Carbon Landscapes, offering a chance to look beyond the surface and consider alternative visual and sonic responses to our wetland environments. Explore theses re-interpretations of wetland ecologies using the link below – the combination of sound and image encourages us to look beyond the surface of these complex environments, best experienced with your room lights dimmed and your device volume on high!

Erygmascope by Carbon Landscape is licensed under CC BY-NC 4.0