South Kiosk have commissioned a new sound and film work by artist James Bulley. The piece will draw on archive film material that was broadcast across the screens of post-war Britain, in attempt to demonstrate the changes that were occurring in architecture, industry and culture. This material will be shown through an immersive, generative, film and sound installation. The rhythm of the film will be defined according to the behaviour of a ever-changing sound score, which will compose the film in real-time from a repository of thousands of archival fragments.
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