Clare Whistler makes work in performance, site-specific work in the landscape, poetry, music and visual art. Her international career as a dancer, choreographer and director has included fifteen years working in opera and education and community projects. She has been artist in residence at many locations, including The Library of Water, Iceland, Banff in Canada, and at the Centre of the History of Emotions, Queen Mary University, London (Leverhulme), where she produced her Tear Treasury.
With visual artist Charlotte Still Clare is the creator/collaborator of WATERWEEK an annual event based in the Pevensey Levels in East Sussex. She is a member of the Cuckmere & Pevensey Levels Catchment Partnership for water management. She also teaches on local creative writing courses, and on the liberal arts programme at Stanford University. Co- founded Elephant – A small press, with long term collaborator designer Raphael Whittle. Recent publications include Poemish & Other Languages (2019, co-editor with Kay Syrad), Gifts (2017), with poems in Envoi, Poems for a Liminal Age, (ed. M. Pannett) and prose in Dark Mountain, ‘Techne’ Edition. Clare co-runs eco-poetics courses with Kay Syrad
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