An installation to commemorate Hammersmith United Charities' 400th Anniversary.
St. Paul's Centre, Hammersmith
2nd -6th July, 2018
Created and produced by Carolyn Defrin
with filmmaker, Winstan Whitter, composer Matshidiso Mohajane, designer Paul Burgess and Hammersmith locals
Installation build by Daniel Cheyne; sound mix by Yohei Sasaki
Windows lay division bare:
Each pane of unique glass holds its shape with/against another.
A collection of fragile fractured strength
Wonders at the wholeness beyond its sum parts.
Drawn from interviews with over thirty people local to Hammersmith, Moving Between reflects on a collectively voiced need for social cohesion at this fragmented moment in time. How do we navigate fracture and move between many pieces?
The full film was originally experienced in an installation across 11 screens.
Audience were invited to wear wireless headphones and wander between the panels listening to local perspectives.
Featuring local artists and art made locally by:
Mariana Gordan, Howard Hutchinson, Bridget Smith, Alex Chinneck and William Hogarth.
With perspectives from: Sagal Bafo, Emma Defries, Ben Humphries, James Mullaly, Colin Parsley, Rayan Rashid, Liban Muse, Howard Hutchinson, Nora Laraki, Mariana Gordan, Revell Dixon, Kate Scott, Daniela Gallini, Ryszard Kodeno, Shirley Sylvester, Miku Ikeda-MacDermott, Nick Gaztelua, Asia McFarlane, Ron German, Azelle Perry, Clea Perry, Daisy Coles, Toni DaCosta, Lucy Mullaly, Agnes Charles, Derek Harding, Elizabeth Sahadevan, Mila Shelton-Paixao, Kune Delia, Labake Manners, Darren Peregrin-Brimah, Sara Sharif, Dylan Beech, Abrahim Abdi-Aziz and Melanie Nock.