Packington estate waving from balconies, windows and doorsteps. The resulting film was projected in the newly opened communal garden.
Wavelength is a community strengthening public artwork created with the residents of a fragmented social housing estate in London. Using a drone, I filmed over one hundred residents and neighbours of
accompany the silent film. The Residents, neighbours and passers by came to sit on bean bags and eat popcorn, handed out by local kids, while enjoying the waves. Others watched from their balconies and windows.
The film was back projected onto two 12ft square screens placed on the community square overlooked by hundreds of flats. The screens were positioned opposite each other creating the sense that the films were waving at each other, a cellist played live music to