NEW DAWN – Part 3

The third of five films produced by WAKEWOOD for the Curator’s Office of the UK Parliament, with music by James Eller (THE THE) and Toby Marks (BANCO DE GAIA).

To commemorate the British Women’s Suffrage movement, light artist Mary Branson designed an elaborate sculpture. It comprises of 168 glass discs hand-made by Adam Aaronson, back lit by LEDs, with colour changes and intensity synchronised with the tidal River Thames.

It was installed in an arch in St. Stephen’s Hall in the Palace of Westminster and is on permanent display.

The whole series of five films, which documented the design, manufacturing and installation process, can be seen as separates here:

Film 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGMvQVg1d2E
Film 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlZ4xwzD1NE
Film 3: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAmz3XHlpVA
Film 4: www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGV-1yxibMk
Film 5: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JI_A5opRX0

A combined 41 min. version can be seen here:
www.vimeo.com/185826292

Credits

Producer / Director
MIKE GREENWOOD

Camera / Editor
GRANT WAKEFIELD

With many thanks to:

Mary Branson, Melanie Unwin, Adam Aaronson, Chris Wilson, Kengo Kurimoto, Ian Musson, Emma Brown, James Eller and Toby Marks

www.parliament.uk/newdawn
www.parliament.uk/about/art-in-parliament/news/2016/june/new-dawn-unveiled
www.marybranson.co.uk
www.adamaaronson.com
www.banco.co.uk
www.jameseller.com
www.wakewood.co.uk