Inundation is a fictional view of a disaster that could potentially happen in London at some point in the future. In the early 1980's the Thames Barrier was built to prevent floods in London, but it was only constructed to last until 2030 and water levels are rising.
The video shows two scenarios, divided by the use of cold and warm colour balances, representing different times of the day, as well as a routine and uncertainty of when the disaster might happen. The video was created in 2009, as part of a London themed brief on the Graphic Design BA course at Central Saint Martins.
- Canon 5D Mark II SLR Camera
- Canon 24-105mm F4.0 L Lens
- Manfrotto tripod
- Edited in Final Cut Pro 7
- Roman Road (London, UK)
- Bethnal Green Tube Station (London, UK)
- Thames Barrier Park (London, UK)
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