Folk Horror Revival: The Unseelie Court
Day event lineup
MC – Chris Lambert
Chris (Black Meadow Tales) will launch the Wyrd Calendar
Andy Paciorek & Darren Charles, The Revivalist Admins
Andy & Darren reprise their introduction to folk horror
Mike Heron (of The Incredible String Band)
Reading from Mike’s book ‘You Know What You Could Be’ + Q&A
Sally-Anne Huxtable, Principal Curator of Modern & Contemporary Design at National Museums Scotland, Review of the Pre-Raphaelite Society (Editor)
Talk on Folk Horror & the Pre-Raphaelites
Ashley Thorpe – Director
Screening of ‘Borley Rectory’
Cat Irving – Human Remains Conservator for Surgeons’ Hall Museums + Daniel Pietersen – Horror Author
‘Beyond Burke & Hare’ talk
Murdo Eason – Fife Psychogeographical Collective
‘Embdedded in the Landscape: Psychogeography, Folk horror and the Everyday’ talk
Evening event lineup
Pye Corner Audio
submerged rhythms and ectoplasmic electronics haunt the disused dance halls and concrete derelicts of Belbury.
Occult soundscapes, drawing inspiration from psychedelic folk, ritual ethnographic recordings, electronica, TV documentaries,and field recordings.
Open-ended research project exploring the vernacular arcana of Great Britain and beyond; traversing the myths, mysteries, magic and strange phenomena of the old counties via abstracted musical reinterpretation and experimental visuals.
The Psychogeographical Commission
Explore the many interfaces between the built environment and the people who inhabit it through dérive, magick and sonic experimentation