Against Our Vanishing, a free immersive queer history set in the English coastal town of Rye is now available to download

Created by Dr Diarmuid Hester (College Research Associate, Emmanuel), this free audio trail focuses on Rye’s famous queer residents like writers Henry James, Radclyffe Hall, and EF Benson, and the painter Edward Burra. It weaves the stories of their lives through the cobbled streets of this ancient town and calls for a new history of queer culture—one attuned to its spaces.

Against Our Vanishing is a Climate Art special commission supported by Bridgepoint Rye, developed in partnership with the National Trust.

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