Friday 1 November, Grand Union, 6–7pm

Grand Union Gallery: Screening of Dyfodiaith + Q&A with artist Paul Eastwood, 6–7pm

Dyfodiaith is a video work that explores wild tongues and severed tongues, and the historic and future context of indigenous languages in the UK. Paul Eastwood is a Wrexham-based artist with a practice that explores art as a form of social production and cultural storytelling. As a Welsh speaker working in collaboration with linguist Ll?r Titus and composer Samuel Barnes, the narrative of Dyfodiaith is sung in a speculative language based on the ancient Brythonic language, as if the Brythonic language has remained alive, evolving throughout the centuries.

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