Link to National Maritime Museum HERE
Some remaining copies of the Over Time publication still available – use contact page on this site to sent an email to curator Anne Robinson
There is a video with documentation from the whole project HERE
HOW TO GET THERE: Transport and Directions Over Time
The Over Time artists will be presenting film and performance works at the National Maritime Museum on Sunday 26th October. More news to follow..
See the ‘Artists’ Log’ on the Artists’ page for an update on working time on the foreshore
More information about the foreshore site, local histories and the Greenwich Peninsula can be found at the Greenwich Heritage Centre, Artillery Square, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich SE18 4DX.
Over Time is making contacts in the area with the amazing Mary Mills, local historian and expert on preserving riverside industrial heritage and with field researchers in the FROG/Discovery programme looking at the archaeology of the foreshore.
On 2nd August, a group of artists went exploring the foreshore with FROG archaeologist Helen Johnson and learned more about the erosions being caused by motor boats, aging wooden structures, bones, demarcations of ownership and more..
And great news! The Thames Festival which is also happening in September have offered us support in publicising the project.. and we will be able to show some work via the NMM.. more soon!
Appeal for Funds..
there is a crowdfunder for ‘Over Time’.. tell your friends..
Over Time Artists’ News:
From Anne Robinson and Gavin Maughling:
Ghost on the Wire
Over Time curator Anne Robinson will be showing new film work Thrashing in the Static, which was filmed in part at Endersby’s Wharf and includes movement work by Rachel Gomme, in June as part of the Ghost on the Wire project at Bermondsey Project Space, London. More details here. The show features London and Singapore based artists and is curated by painter Gavin Maughling who will also be working on Over Time.
More information here
From Charlie Fox:
Detours2 London inaugural event on the weekend of 5/6 July 2014.
The Shed at Stave Hill Ecological Park. (6 July a.m)
‘Detours2London’ is a artist-led walking project to map and create an urban and semi-urban walking trail through London. This initial public event will look at ways of mapping, and thinking about Urban Space as an other environment: the potential shape and direction of walking route/s; how we can see the city and use it in different ways; how we can encourage artistic/experimental/ecological approaches to, and other ways of being in and intervening in the city. more details at: http://detours2.com