A newly commissioned film installation work that reflects upon the River Effra, a lost tributary of the London Thames. The project examines the cultural and sonic ecology of the river’s course as it runs from Norwood, through Brixton to Vauxhall. The work explores Afro-Caribbean histories and themes of industry, community, landscape and memory.
With a DJ set from James Massiah.
Kadeem Oak is the recipient of an Image Behaviour production grant.
Sat, 19 Mar 2022
£7 Full, £5 Concessions, £3.50 Green/Blue Members
Run time: 60 min + DJ set
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