Antony Lyons

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About me

Introduction As an ecological artist with a background in environmental/geo-sciences and landscape studies, much of my work is concerned with specific places, and relationships between ecological change and human activity. Areas of particular focus include coastal/river landscapes, deep-time (geological) perspectives, routes/journeys and intangible culture. My geopoetic research and production methods rely on creative fieldwork and experimental remixing of archives, recordings, data and contemporary narratives - explored in the context of both 'slow' and 'intensive' artist-residencies. My methods include sculpture, film, sound, photography and intermedia installations. I have worked within a number of academic research projects and long-term land- and water-scape explorations. The enduring aim is to uncover unexpected and unfamiliar perspectives on ecological change, eco-social healing, common-land, wilding and related themes.