A moraine is material left behind by a moving glacier, the type that shaped the landscapes of Scotland, Canada and Norway.
Moraine is a new collaborative storytelling project from three emerging writers from Caithness, Bergen and Northern Ontario. Commissioned by Lyth Arts Centre as part of Northern Stories Festival 2022, find interactive listening stations inside disused phone boxes on the map below (the orange makers).
From Friday 7 October you can also click here to listen on your own device.
We recommend taking a walk whilst you listen; the commissions explore themes of place, ‘north’ and northern identities, landscape, heritage and environment.
Tilde Bogen (Bergen)
Calum Falconer (Caithness)
Karen Thistle (Sudbury, Northern Ontario)
Sound Design by Morag Currie
About the artists