Commissioned by The Barbican, London 2017
Cement and Light:
How We Fall (2017) observes a moment of change: Cities fall, governments fall, humans fall. This piece is both a study of material and light, and a suggestion of melancholy reflection on our changing fortunes: How things change.
Using state of the art photographic technology to capture a moment in time in 360 degrees, How We Fall (2017) shows falling cement, transformed into evocative structures or landscapes, reminiscent of many of the contemporary images that surround us today.
Sound by Jo Wills and Sophie Clements
Bullet time photography setup by New World Designs
Lighting and Technical Assistance by Paolo Catalano
Filmed at and thanks to Islington Mill, Salford
Supported by The Arts Council England