Feature documentary by Sarah Turner featuring my choral work The Cries of Peckham Rye.
In 2012, the Ivy House pub in Peckham was sold to property developers as part of the ongoing gentrification of South London, but the locals triumphantly saved it as the first asset of community value in the UK.
The film tells the story through a communal portrait of intertwining voices, which can be heard as a collection of individual testaments or as a folk-operatic arrangement.
This participatory documentary weaves dance, poetry and song through its multi-layered soundscape, but the Ivy House itself remains the central character, embodied and inhabited by memories beyond its current guests.
Further information on the film can be found at www.thepublichousefilm.co.uk
Surface to Surface
12 acousmatic miniatures commissioned by Tate Modern responding to Susumu Koshimizu’s sculpture of the same title, 2013.
Acousmatic work (sonic art & sound design) commissioned by choreographer Nicola Conibare, premiered at the Laban Centre, London, 2012.
…undistinguished things to senses ruck…
..undistinguished things to senses ruck…, Commissioned by the Goldberg Ensemble with visuals by Jamie Worsfold