Here are 3 short clips on VIMEO of us doing our live music thing.
Some POP from a CENTURY ago…
A selection of EUROVISION Song Contest winners…
And a visit to the bottom of the sea…
We appeared in a run of fantastic events that DUCKiE produced in 2016. In a re-creation of the legendary Lady Malcolm’s Servants Balls, The historical highs and lows of the pre-war London LGBT scene were re-enacted by an enthusiastic audience in the Bishopsgate Institute in London.
We also performed at the associated event: WITHOUT BORDERS… Archives, Libraries, Museums and Special Collections (ALMS) 2016, an International LGBTQ+ Conference hosted by the City of London through London Metropolitan Archives in partnership with Bishopsgate Institute and the University of Westminster.
We also hosted a special Late Night event at The BRITISH MUSEUM to celebrate LGBTQ* History Month, which included us leading the audience on a musical tour of the Museum’s exhibits.
Other performances have included our participation in Magic Me/ DUCKiE’s ”Palace of Varieties” Music Hall re-creation project.
Find out more HERE
FLYING OUT TO BERLIN: Apart from the sequence shot in the Hafen Bar in Motzstrasse, this music video we directed for the song by Merlin Dietrich was made in our own studio, and was nominated at the Berlin Music Video Awards, and screened at the European Short Film Festival at the Babylon Cinema in Berlin.
You can see the video HERE or via the image.
The crowd danced all night while the many hours of our video project “SHAMELESS” played on multiple giant projection screens at DUCKiE’s big summer SHAME night at the ELECTRIC in Brixton, London..
Then it was all shown again on DUCKiE’s Saturday night at the ROYAL VAUXHALL TAVERN
Watch a short Video clip HERE
We were invited to make a video work for the Berlin Leuchtet (Berlin Light Art) festival, from the 2nd till the 19th October 2014. Buildings in Berlin are lit up with video artworks and projections and the city is transformed for people to explore.The O2 Arena in East Berlin is covered by an array of LED panels, 116 metre wide by 12 metre tall. Facing the East Side Gallery section of the Berlin wall, it was visible from Kreuzberg across the River Spree and also on the giant video screens at the river boat jetty opposite the arena, and by Warschauer Strasse station. Information, photos, a video clip and a Soundcloud link to the installations on-site soundtrack HERE
Clips of recent video work, in a more extended form, plus a new assembly called “Assorted Clips” can now be found and linked to HERE
COLLECTIVE CUSTOM BUILD – We have made a 4 minute long information film which features on a new website developed by The University of Sheffield and Ash Sakula Architects. It is an introduction and resource for people who want to build their own homes. You can watch the whole film HERE
We were commissioned by the Editor of the RADIO TIMES to make animated video projections based on their cover layouts. They featured during the Radio Times annual cover awards event hosted by Graham Norton and the London Gay Mens Chorus.
Sophie Iremonger & Stevie Hanley posed for us to become digital Avatars in our Gay Shame Video wall Projection for DUCKiE