Creative Wick Video Art at Hackney Bridge launch

The Hackney Wick and Fish Island area offers a deep textural history of innovation and risk taking through a multitude of mediums.

Creative Wick has selected a diverse offering of experimental and unique creative minds in video & film for the Hackney Bridge launch. Film a powerful tool offers a vast range of storytelling that can highlight inspiring narratives and instigate revolutionary change.

These three short videos deliver an exciting mix of visuals from social commentary to humorous, striking animation. Creative Wick aims to support established and on the rise talent from the local art community. 

Samia Malik is an artist and designer. who makes abstract animated visuals on social activism.
@ihtgw
Fine Art and Shopping – 2017, 06:30
A commentary and comparisons of oppressive structures from: the secret services, racism, colonisation with fashion and fine art.

Gabs Range is a Hackney raised animator and designer
@geroffmyvisuals
Jesse J Geroff Its Story time  – 2014, 02:16
Animation chronicling Jessie J’s tattoo mishap.

Tamara Al Mashouk is a London based Arab artist and curator.
@tmraalm
Die For Me Baby – 2020, 02:43
The work explores the complex relationship between an I and you – a speaker and a public, a body and it’s society.

 

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