Meeting & Departure Point:
An audio walk celebrating the life and the rock and the dust all around us.
A brief but evocative introduction to Deep Time featuring original music, You Mean The World explores the idea that by stretching our relationship to time we can radically alter our experience of life and revitalise our connection to the living world.
You Mean The World is a response to the wild fragility of our species, our cities, our future… and the wonder of being alive. It’s the first part of a larger exploration of Deep Time by Dens & Signals, a company based in Hastings whose work explores big themes with “a powerful gentleness and humour”.
To take part in the audio walk, you’ll need to download an audio trackto your phone or music player. The link will be released on the first day of the festival. You can take part whenever you like: head over to Quarterhouse and remember to bring a pair of headphones!
When you arrive, stand at the front door, press play, and be prepared to listen and walk for around 10 minutes.
The audio walk is recommended for ages 16+
As part of their research, Dens & Signals lead artists Jane Packman and Ben Pacey will be in the foyer at Quarterhouse on Saturday 24 September from 11am to 4pm and would love to talk to you about the walk, or Deep Time in general, over a nice cup of tea.