Arcadian Drift appropriates and abstracts the generic parts of the logos and language of housing developers from London Fields, Broadway Market and the new Dalston Square developments, to reconfigure a seemingly classical form of sculptural installation and film. It is in the unlocking of the references of the quotidian corporate and the use of cheap materials, that the gravity and serious aesthetic of the piece unravels into a more absurd and humorous narrative. I worked in collaboration with Adam Nathaniel Furman, a designer, writer and lecturer at the Architectural Association. The sound design and mix are by Doug Haywood.
The project was supported by The Arts Council England, The National Arts Council Singapore and Resonance FM