The Foyer March – May 2015
We are very excited to be working with a group of young people from the Foyer, Cambridge as part of Circuit – a programme connecting 15-25 year olds with artistic activity at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge. Emily and I are presently working with Lucy Wheeler to present weekly sessions celebrating the work of Gaudier Brzeska. Kettle’s Yard have a lovely exhibition of his work called New Rhythms. We’ll keep you posted.
The Bureau of Lost and Found
In September 2014, we created ‘Bureau of Lost and Found’ which was presented during Totally Thames Festival September 2014 with Up Projects. We transformed ourselves and the interior of the Floating Cinema into an imaginary bureau for lost and found articles from the Thames shoreline.
Water Folk, 3’48”, 2013
A moving image commission for the Floating Cinema & UP Projects. We collaborated with scientist Malcolm Burrows to engage 3 local community groups in a participatory project resulting in a film about the minute creatures dwelling in the canals and waterways of East London. We are really pleased to have been awarded an Arts Council Grant for the Arts award for this project. You can follow the progress of this project on our blog if you like.
Wood Street Pop Up Picture Palace, 3’30”, 2012, a participatory art project commissioned by Wood Street Inside Out, in collaboration with Emily Tracy.
Germinator, 2’20”, 2011. A First Light funded animated film created by Gayhurst Community School using archive footage from the BFI, in collaboration with Emily Tracy
Comings & Goings, 3’00” looped, 2009 A site specific animation installation with Emily Tracy, Shunt London Bridge