A collaborative installation of light projected imagery for the Thames Tunnel Shaft of the Brunel Museum by Tom Pearman & Anne Krinsky, as part of Tide Line Thames.
The installation merges Pearman’s animations of faux tunneling forms, inspired by Brunel’s Tunnel and Tunnel Shaft and Krinsky’s video footage of the river and its architecture.
Pearman comments, “My work often investigates faux three-dimensional form, while at the same time exposing the physical processes involved in making it. My ‘engineered’ projected forms in the Tunnel Shaft combined with Anne’s video explore the juncture of what can be discovered above and below the Thames.”
The project is part of the Totally Thames Festival 2017 which ran through the duration of September 2017.
AUDIO: (with special thanks) A collaborative piece of music in response to ‘TIDE LINE THAMES’ by Tim Palmer’s music students from Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and students from the University of Greenwich, Performed at the Thames Tunnel Shaft of the Brunel Museum, 20th September 2017.
Fri 1 – Sat 30 Sep 2017 Opening times: 2pm – 5pm
London SE16 4LF
Supported by Arts Council England
Victorian portrayal of the Grand Entrance Hall, where the collaboration with Anne will take place.
Tim Palmer’s music students from Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.