London Street: A Visual Exploration

Sarah Edge, Anne Crilly, Gail Baylis

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Curator: Sarah Edge, Head of School Media, Film and Journalism, University of UlsterThree Collaborative Projects:Anne Burke and Gail Baylis: PhotographyAnne Crilly and Vincent O'Callaghan: VideoSarah Edge, Rowan Morrey and Shelly Garrett: Interactive MediaLondon Street is a Georgian street steeped in history and located in the centre of Derry City, shadowed by the historic city walls. This was the creative springboard for each of these new visual projects.Together these projects offer the viewer a stimulating and thought-provoking journey through a number of virtual London Streets.These three art projects have been created as part of a novel collaboration between academic staff, located within the School of Media, Film and Journalism at the University of Ulster and emerging artists who have a close connection to the School.Two of these young artists are recent graduates, one is currently studying for an MA in Documentary Practice and one was based in the School’s Centre for Media Research.This staff ‘student’ collaboration worked in different ways whereby academics help forge a productive relationship between theory and practice and the emerging artists help such ideas grow creatively, culminating in the works produced for this show.

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Keywords

  • London Street Derry City
  • mixed media artists.

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Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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