"Seeing the world from a different point of view."
Continuing from 'Ravel in Merano's' exploration of the iPod phenomenon, 'Leicester Square on a Saturday Night' presents a surreal experience of the bustling square in London's West End. The high-paced pedestrian path of Leicester Square, juxtaposed with an excerpt of the slower-paced yet highly emotional 'Sonata in D minor' by Scarlatti, creates a peculiar sense of detachment...
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With many thanks to the artists:
Piano, Concept, and Sound-Design: Belle Chen bellechen.com
Camera: Burke Turner
© 2012 Belle Chen, Burke Turner
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