ThamesTides has been drawn in to UCL’s ‘Creative Reactions'; are we building data sets for Professor of Statistics to respond to, or is this an artistic response to her practice as a scientist? Two cameras this time; clues in their names…
150 years ago, Crossness pumping station was built to take advantage of the tides… spectacular home for #ThamesTides, & soon we’ll make another work showing this link – weather, compass, almanac & tide-tables willing
Thames Tides premiered at London’s Cinema Museum in September. The perfect context to pilot Crispin’s pop-up installation idea; projector gantry + 4 hanging paper screens, with a more modest flatscreen in the cafe/bar. Wonderful space, marvellous support from the lovely Ronald, Martin – &Technical Dave. Then the show rolled up into a van and re-emerged…
Our five-screen installation will be on in The Cinema Museum, Kennington, September. 4th, 2-10pm. and September 13-16th. 10-5pm., in the stunning underground Shaft of The Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe Another joint project with Crispin Hughes; more info, including trailers, on the project website And more on the Thames Festival here @TotallyThames #TotallyThames
London’s tides are as big as Cornwall’s. The five-screen installation ‘Thames Tides’ is mostly about immersion – here’s a short trailer for the ‘sidebar film’ See the full installation at The Cinema Museum on September 4th.2016
Extract from forthcoming film ‘The Moon and the City’ – imagine this view obliterated by concrete (see TCOS) And keep Sept.4th free for Thames Tides, in this year’s Thames Festival!
Re-versioning some of their existing films into tablet-based training resources – this one in Yoruba, for Ondo State. Great to work with this purposeful organisation.
Another collaboration with Crispin Hughes, the exhibition ‘Thames Tides’ is at technical rehearsal stage. Watch out for it as part of the 2016 Thames Festival.
Grace John describes working with her donkey to carry water way up the Rift Valley escarpment to the home she made in refuge from the 2008 post-election violence. Work with DSK and Hilda Kathure, sadly in post-production limbo; working animals make a huge difference to people’s lives in Kagoto, but they deserve care and support …
Mass Observation brought young people in to the Digital Humanities Lab for an experimental, creative day, archiving their favourite objects… we produced audio and photographic records of their ideas to be used in an interactive resource Another collaboration with Crispin Hughes