Above Me The Wide Blue Sky is a performance. It is also an installation. It is a sonic landscape, rich with music, birdsong, and electronic sound. It is an archive of skies. It is a dark room in which light shifts and changes. It is a collection of stories about our deep-rooted, deeply felt, easily overlooked and profoundly important connection to the land, the sky, the sea, the weather, and the other living things that surround us.
A man whose memories are carried by birds. A woman whose children have grown with the trees. A family whose garden is the fathomless ocean. If who we are and what we call home is inextricably linked with nature, what happens when everything starts to change?