Single Channel HD Video with Sound
The Morrow begins as an underwater lament to settlements lost to this ocean over the past millennia. Ten thousand years ago the east coast of Britain was attached to mainland Europe. It is now the fastest eroding coastline in Europe where roads and houses regularly fall into the sea. This coastal erosion is exacerbated by more frequent and higher magnitude storms and flooding caused by human caused climate change. The Morrow, filmed in the wake of the EU referendum, becomes an attempt to make sense of a crumbling, divided and isolated nation and other political shifts around the world.
Screenings: 7th Dec 2018 Peer Session, Creekside Artists Project Space, Deptford | 17th Nov 2017 Swiss Church London | 29th Sept 2017 as part of Rising Exhibition, St John on Bethnal Green, London |