Drift 08 : Artists
DRIFT 08 - The Artists
 

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the old Blackfriars Railway Bridge will be created in light

Keith Bowler (UK)

 

Title

Ghost Bridge

Medium

light installation

Location

The old Blackfriars railway Bridge

 

The bridge design is simulated on top of its original supporting posts using the latest lighting technology.


the audience will become part of the painting

Margaret Evangeline (USA)


Title

Saved from drowning
Medium

Steel painting
Location

OppositeTATE modern


The mirrored surface of this large, interactive sculpture rises and falls with the tide, and captures the activities and audience on the surrounding riverscape. 


sounds of the seaside will echo all around

Mariele Neudecker (Germany)


Title

Much was decided before you were born (2)
Medium

Sound installation
Location

Millennium Bridge


A seaside soundscape disorientates passers-by, surrounding them with the sound of waves, seaside chatter and the cries of seagulls.


mythical creatures will appear in the rivver at dusk

Craig Walsh (Australia)


Title

Classification Pending
Medium

Hyper-real projection
Location

North side of London Bridge looking towards TATE modern.


Witness a new life form living in the Thames. These mythical creatures will evolve to form a family unit during the course of DRIFT. Only appearing at dusk, they will develop into an apparition - like the creatures of folklore before them.

Appearing from about 7pm onwards.


the capsizing yacht that just won't stop sailing

Julien Berthier (France)

 

Title

love-love
Medium

Sculpture
Location

Canary Wharf


More than just a labour of love, Love- Love is the name of this renovated and motorised sailboat which the artist has saved from the waves - a romantic gesture which it captures in its permanent sinking position, even whilst sailing. The unique spectacle of this fabulously eccentric work moving around Canary Wharf will be an unforgettable experience for anyone who sees it.


fantastical foliage will invade and colonise the river buoys

Andy Harper (UK)

 

Title

Feast of skulls
Medium

Oil on steel
Location

River walkway by Shakespeare's Globe.

 

Weird and wonderful plant-like forms are painted directly onto a river buoy. The plants appear to be growing, morphing and climbing the buoy.


a sailing canvas of glorious colour will move along the Thames

Elizabeth Russell (Canada)

 

Title

Migration

Medium

Painting installation

Location

On a recycling barge near the HMS Belfast.

 

An abstract is painted on a large mainsail.