local(eyes) interactive video installation

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East End Local(eyes) is an interactive video installation presenting East London from the point of view of a cyclist. The films will be shot using the latest high spec wearable high definition video camera to map out the diversified nature of east London on film. Each of the 3 films will show the places and people of east London.

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Views of the urban greenery of the canals, busy markets, quiet parks, convenient cycling paths, the bustling business districts of Canary Wharf and the City, historic buildings and a multicultural population that’s only a tiny bit of what east London has got to offer.

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East End in 3D, Timelapse Installation

East End Film Festival

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As part of cutting-edge 3D cinema strand, East End Film Festival premiered five short films by renowned artists Brian McClave, Gavin Peacock and Mila Lipowicz. Shot using the time-lapse film method in which a whole day’s activity is compressed into several minutes, these presented a view of East London never seen before. The premieres was presented on a large outdoor screen in Spitalfields Market, where members of the public gathered to don 3D glasses and marvel at these unique films which play with time, space and sound to create a whole new way of experiencing the city.

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