This was a film based project I created in response to an open brief about the river Thames. I wanted to look at the river from and unexplored perspective so I focused my research on the now entombed river Neckinger. This was a notorious slum area of London and the place where Dickens's fictional Bill Sykes lived and died. This film explores narratives on pestilence and poverty framed from an anthropomorphic perspective.
A Dirty protest
A film about the river Neckinger
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