BAFTA – 195 Piccadilly
Working as music composer and producer alongside creative visual studio NOVAK, ‘195 Piccadilly’ was a large scale projection onto the BAFTA building, commissioned as part of the inaugural Lumiere London festival.
Exploring the different genres of cinema and television using images from BAFTA’s archive, the overall aesthetic refers to the origins of 195 Piccadilly as the home of the Royal Institute for Painters in Watercolour.
Key passages of the soundtrack responded to the architectural features of 195 Piccadilly, with different sections representing the genres featured in the visuals. The piece features performances by Ed Cross (violin), Ele Leckie (cello) and Chrissie Slater (viola).
‘195 Piccadilly’ was featured in the Independent, the BBC, the Evening Standard and the Guardian.
Lumiere London was attended by in excess of 1,000,000 people over the course of it’s 4 days.
Commissioned by Artichoke.
Technical delivery by QED.