The first people a visitor to the Olympic Park would encounter, once you have passed through security, are the bus drivers. Every site or office staff working on the park relies on the team of thirty bus drivers to ferry them to their place of work, and without them nothing could function. One bus driver… Read more »
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After all the planning and negotiations it was fantastic to go on the tube in the morning and see the ‘Freeze Frame’ image everywhere. Alan, the editor at the Metro suggested it might even be the single biggest distribution of an artwork with a print run of 3 million. From the very beginning I felt… Read more »
The exhibition at the viewtube is up and today we did four screenings of ‘Twelve-Seventy’ filmed in the Olympic Pool. The viewtube also gave me the opportunity to see ‘Freeze Frame’ as a billboard for the first time. The billboard image is exactly the same dimensions as the Seurat painting – 3 metres x 2… Read more »
Twelve Seventy – a film about the life and work of one of the bus drivers taking workers to all parts of the Olympic Park will premiere in March at Newham Leisure Centre. 6.30pm, 7, 8, 9 March. Further details to follow.