landingstage.net is a space for ideas...
- We are a growing number of artists and writers - from Suffolk and elsewhere - interested in (and concerned about) coastal and climate change.
- This website lets us explore these changes and our relationship with our environment here on the coast where we live and work.
- The projects are as individual as we are - we hope you find them inspiring.
- If you are interested in these issues and you want to start (or get involved in) a project, share ideas, show your work, have your say or just find out what’s going on, do join in.
A SENSE OF PLACE
Orford Ness is a place where thresholds and borders seemingly mark out the form and character of its scarred landscape...
Imagining a more dynamic, resilient and sustainable way of living with water...
a unicursal labyrinth that fills and empties with the tide...
Developing a way in which communities can reflect upon environmental change that absorbs an understanding of the bigger picture whilst addressing its implications locally....
CYBER TOURISM - VIRTUAL ESTUARINE MODELLING
Imagining the Alde & Ore estuary remodelled
A FLUID PLACE
A floating house –studio –community space - mooring in inaccessible spaces, providing opportunity for landscape experience, contemplation, debate, community projects and creativity...
Where to site a nuclear power station...
a visual survey of the Suffolk coast
Orford Ness - a tribute to the lighthouse
Capturing the site, the service and the soul of Orfordness Lighthouse through film...
collecting what we know - and what we should know - about Sizewell...
Defending the sea from the land...
A SENSE OF PLACEThursday, 09 December 2010 10:26
AMPHIBILIVINGThursday, 02 December 2010 10:15
IKEN INTERFACESunday, 13 February 2011 20:00
IMAGINING CHANGEMonday, 10 January 2011 16:34
CYBER TOURISM - VIRTUAL ESTUARINE MODELLINGMonday, 10 January 2011 16:40
A FLUID PLACEThursday, 02 December 2010 10:17
Where to site a nuclear power station...Saturday, 02 March 2013 10:05
Orford Ness - a tribute to the lighthouseSaturday, 02 March 2013 09:48
Sizewell ScrapBookThursday, 14 April 2011 15:09
SEAWALLMonday, 10 January 2011 16:41