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Holly Hendry: Indifferent Deep, installation view (with 'Invertebrate' outside). Photo: Rob Harris

Join artist Holly Hendry and the curator of Waterfronts commissions Tamsin Dillon, along with Rosie Cooper (Head of Exhibitions, De La Warr Pavilion) for a conversation about Hendry’s major new outdoor commission Invertebrate and her solo exhibition Indifferent Deep.

Invertebrate is an England’s Creative Coast commission: a landmark project between seven outstanding arts organisations to create a new outdoor cultural experience that connects art with landscape and local stories with global perspectives. It brings together the Waterfronts commissions and the world’s first art GeoTour, with each partner presenting their own section of the project and a local engagement programme at its heart.

England’s Creative Coast is led by Turner Contemporary and Visit Kent, and principally funded by Arts Council England and VisitEngland through the Discover England Fund.

Waterfronts commission & England's Creative Coast

England’s Creative Coast is a landmark project between seven outstanding arts organisations to create a new outdoor cultural experience that connects art with landscape and local stories with global perspectives. It brings together the Waterfronts commissions and the world’s first art GeoTour, with each partner presenting their own section of the project and a local engagement programme at its heart.

England’s Creative Coast is led by Turner Contemporary and Visit Kent (Go To Places), funded by Arts Council England and Visit England as part of the Cultural Destinations programme and Discover England Fund, with support from the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP), East Sussex County Council, Kent County Council, Essex County Council, Visit Essex, Southend Borough Council, The Historic Dockyard Chatham and Southeastern.