It’s been almost a year since our last post, a year which saw our work on the BBC and at the Barbican, opening Hastings Pier and closing the 950th anniversary of 1066 celebrations, we’ve been busy so far this year too focusing on working on subject matters and for organisations providing information and support for betterment as well as receiving 3 big commissions.
Over the last 9 months we’ve also started working in VR as well as:
• another SOLD OUT New Years Eve party
• We filmed and edited a fascinating series of 23 interviews including Radio4’s Shelia Dillon and author, analyst and co-director of the New Weather Institute Andrew Simms with The Food Systems Academy for a module on Food Ethics for Lancaster University
• We did a 3d animation to promote Enlightened Agriculture for The Campaign for Real Farming
• Animations for The Swingrowers ‘Butterfly’ video
• Documenting a Cardboard Citizens project in Hastings at Seaview homeless charity
• Animating an app store ad for gay social media network Blued
• Held another Pop up TShirt shop featuring 4 new designs from us 14 other artists at the launch of Hastings America Ground Independents Day which we instigated and oversaw
• Film maker/ Artist Andrew Køttings asked us to art direct/ design and produce the end title sequence for his next film Lek and the Dogs, commissioned by the BFI and premiering at The London Film Festival in December 2017
• Artwork for Riz Maslen’s first Neotropic album in 7 years ‘The Absolute Elsewhere’
• Stage design and building for the first Burning Heart Festival
• Created Hastings largest public art piece ‘WaveLength’
The next few months are set to be interesting which ever way our path takes us. stay tuned.
We just submitted a short film in to the Coastal Cultural Trail film competition.
The film, which takes in the vistas over the 22 miles between the Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne, the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill and the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings Old Town, is 1 minute in length and shot as a collection of moving postcard images of our trail between the galleries. The competition is being run to promote the galleries and the majestic East Sussex coastline. You can view the film HERE and vote HERE, voting closes September 11th.
We’ve just completed work on a short documentary about the ‘META’ project we did with Cardboard Citizens from January through to March. The short film details how the project came about and its effects on the audience and cast members. You can view further info and watch both the documentary and our visual work for the project HERE.