When happens when water enters your house univited? how are notions of home disrupted?
What emerges from a collective experience of climatic interruption?
A series of oral history interviews exploring experiences of flooding in the home, and how cultural projects can reflect and refract stories of water, weather and climate change.
The interviews took place in mid Wales, Bristol, Somerset and online in summer 2014, with additional short interviews taking place with members of the public in a flooded living room installation as part of the Greenpeace field at Glastonbury festival 2014, as part of a creative partnership with the Highwaterline Project (Eve Mosher) and Invisible Dust.
The research was part of AHRC funded Challenging Concepts of Liquid Place Research Project.