Team Floating Cinema are all lying a bit low for a few days as we recover from the definite high of the Olympic Park Tours which took place over the last four intense days.
Meanwhile culture on London's creeks continues though - tonight you could go along to see the opening of this new piece of work by Somewhere's pals Shona Kitchen & Dominic Robson ... It's situated on the same stretch of water that inspired The King of Deptford Creek that we showed in Docklands.
"HIGH...LOW is a tribute to the historical importance of Deptford's all-but-forgotten tidal Creek. It resurrects the area's unique qualities where the uncompromising urban landscape dissects the natural rhythms of the Creek tides. Situated at a point of transport convergence, the slow-changing installation requires repeat encounters, encouraging viewers to ponder the changing sign and its significance in the landscape.
The commission was part of the Deptford Creekside Charrette, an ambitious, participatory urban design exercise run by Creative Process in 2008 and supported by the London Development Agency."
HIGH...LOW was an Art in Regeneration (AIR)
project by Creative Process funded by Deutsche Bank with in-kind
sponsorship from Workspace Group.
Project Manager: Ben Eastop for Creative Process
Invaluable assistance: Olga V Reid
LAUNCH Monday 25 July 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Opening address: Joan Ruddock MP
Masons Cafe Reception
Faircharm Trading Estate
8-12 Creekside Deptford,
SE8 3DX United Kingdom