‘Thames Tides’ launched at the Cinema Museum in Kennington, London on Sunday 4th September. See the Thames Tides website for more details and upcoming screenings.
A large-scale, 5-screen projected installation, created along the tidal Thames in central London
This is my latest collaborative show with Susi Arnott.
Twice a day, the Thames rises many metres to fill secret, enclosed spaces in central London.
Cameras and stereo microphones, held under wharves, jetties and office-blocks, recorded four distinct audio films. Starting slowly, the water rises inexorably to take and drown each camera in the confined space of its man-made, built environment; stereo sounds of traffic, birds, humans and boat-wash are replaced by burbling inundation and the buzz of propellers. The films are not ‘in synch’; the chaos of their rhythms means nobody walks into the same exhibition twice…
To find out more go to the Thames Tides website here.
Sunday September 4th 2016
Thames Tides will premiere as part of the 2016 Totally Thames festival
Sunday September 4th 2016 at The Cinema Museum,
2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Rd.), Kennington, SE11 4TH
Anytime from 2pm till 10pm. Free entry. There’ll be a bar, café and plenty of space to mingle and talk. – alongside the multi-screen, stereo experience to wander through.
Tuesday 13th-Friday 16th September 2016
Thames Tides will be on show 10am – 5pm everyday at the astonishing Brunel Shaft by the river in Rotherhithe. Free entry. Donations to the museum gratefully received.
Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe, London, SE16 4LF.