SIREN POETS FINALE - WATCH NOW

Filmed live at the Watershed, Cape Farewell's HQ in Sydling St Nicholas, the artists come together for the final time to celebrate, publically share and entertain us with the work they have created throughout the Siren Poets Project.

Siren Poets conjured a conversation from the ashes which were beginning to settle after the first few turbulent months of the Covid19 pandemic. Through our digital platforms they listened, felt, connected, created and shared new work underpinned by the climate emergency challenge, the ongoing crisis that now runs parallel with the pandemic.

  • SIRENS

    Written collaboratively by Shagufta Iqbal, Peter Bearder, Liv Torc and Chris White, we present SIRENS, an evocative poem to launch this project and give a taste of what's to come.

  • PLASTICLES

    Life in Plastic is an ongoing (by which we mean unfinished) project where Chris White talks to a bunch of people (including himself) about their the plastic in their life.

  • GENEROUS EARTH

    The first of three films created during his time as a Siren Poet with Cape Farewell, Pete (The Temp) Bearder launches this song in Gratitude to Gaia, with sublime vocals from Florence Pardoe.

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    AN ODE TO AN NAHL

    Poetry by Shagufta K Iqbal with artwork by Sabba Khan.

  • NEW NORMAL

    Pete (The Temp) Bearder's second Siren Poets film. Experimental sound poetry about mental health, climate change and Covid-19.

  • I SPOKE TO THE EARTH

    Responding to Liv Torc’s Siren Poets project and six amazing Challengers, 60 workshop participants went out into nature to have a conversation with the Earth.

  • SPONSOR AN ACTIVIST

    Pete (The Temp) Bearder's final Siren Poets film. A charity advert parody. With thanks to Counterstate Films and Angelfish Films.

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The Siren Poets

As Cape Farewell’s emergency cultural response to the pandemic and with support from Arts Council England, the Siren Poets project will be a highly interactive, accessible and collaborative process in which absolutely anybody is welcome. By addressing human-induced environmental impact, our artists will inspire the poet in us all and show how through art, we can help generate a sustainable cultural shift.