1. The Barbican Conservatory


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    A short video showcasing The Barbican's conservatory in London, UK. Music by Elliott Cheng. http://www.disquietmagazine.com

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    • Barbican


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      A short about the Barbican which explores the interaction of space, people and the particularity of their context. All footage was shot by me on a Canon UC200 and then animated.

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      • Armel Bellec - BEL13399917 - The Barbican


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        In this short fifteen second video, I attempt to depict the spirit of the Barbican Estate in London. I try to recreate the vast, overwhelming, geometric concrete structure which is the Barbican. The shots I try to capture in this short video are of the concrete texture which make up the location and the geometric structures. The exotic plants which embed in the architecture make it seem overcome by nature as if it were abandoned. This abandonment and immensity are the main characteristics I try to represent in these fifteen second

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        • Jessie Ware 'Cruel' Live at the Barbican


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          Director: Thomas Bryant

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          • Intrusion


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            Along the deserted highwalks of the Barbican estate, down into the empty foyers of the Barbican Centre, a strange presence follows a group of performers as they fill the empty space with dance, watched over by a mysterious figure taking over the screens... Shot in the Barbican foyers over night with a drone mounted camera, our Artistic Associates Boy Blue Entertainment teamed up with Area Seventeen to create the short film, 'Intrusion'.

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            • Samantha Crawford - Chausson - 'Poème de l'amour et de la mer,'


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              Samantha Crawford - Soprano Julian Clayton - Conductor, JGSO at Barbican Milton Court, March 2014 Chausson - Poème de l'amour et de la mer, 1. La Fleur des Eaux (Extract), Sung in French www.samanthacrawford.com www.facebook.com/samanthacrawfordsoprano https://soundcloud.com/samantha_crawford twitter.com/S_H_Crawford 1. LA FLEUR DES EAUX by Maurice Bouchor L'air est plein d'une odeur exquise de lilas Qui, fleurissant du haut des murs jusques en bas, Embaument les cheveux des femmes. La mer au grand soleil va toute s'embrasser, Et sur le sable fin qu'elles viennent baiser Roulent d'éblouissantes lames. Ô ciel qui de ses yeux dois porter la couleur, Bri se qui vas chanter dans les lilas en fleur Pour en sortir tout embaumée, Ruisseaux qui mouillerez sa robe, ô verts sentiers, Vous qui tressaillerez sous ses chers petits pieds, Faites-moi voir ma bien aimée! Et mon cœur s'est levé par ce matin d'été ; Car une belle enfant était sur le rivage, Laissant errer sur moi des yeux pleins de clarté, Et qui me souriait d'un air tendres et sauvage. Toi que transfiguraient la jeunesse et l'amour, Tu m'apparus alors comme l'àme des choses ; Mon cœur vola vers toi, tu le pris sans retour, Et du ciel entr'ouvert pleuvaient sur nous des roses. Quel son lamentable et sauvage Va sonner l'heure de l'adieu! La mer roule sur le rivage, Moqueuse, et se souciant peu Que ce soit l'heure de l'adieu. Des oiseaux passent, l'aile ouverte, Sur l'abîme presque joyeux ; Au grand soleil la mer est verte Et je saigne, silencieux, En regardant briller les cieux. Je saigne en regardant ma vie Qui va s'éloigner sur les flots ; Mon âme unique m'est ravie Et la sombre clameur des flots Couvre le bruit de mes sanglots. Qui sait si cette mer cruelle La ramènera vers mon cœur ? Mes regards sont fixés sur elle; La mer chante, et le vent moqueur Raille l'angoisse de mon cœur. 1. THE FLOWER OF THE WATERS The air is full of an exquisite scent of lilacs, Which, blooming on the walls from top to bottom, Perfume the women's hair. The sea goes forth to be all embraced by the sun's great glow, And on the fine-grained sand where they kiss Stunning billows roll. O sky that bears your color from her eyes, Breeze that goes to sing in the flowering lilacs So as to leave them all perfumed, Rivulets that dampen her dress, O green pathways, You who flinch under her dear, tiny feet, Make me see my beloved! And my heart was exalted by this summer morning, Because a beautiful child was on the shore, Letting her luminous eyes roam over me, And who smiled at me with a tender, savage air. You who transfigured Youth and Love, You appeared to me thus like the soul of things; My heart flew towards you, you took it without return, And from the half-opened sky roses rained upon us. What pitiful and wild sound Will toll the hour of goodbye! The sea rolls on the shore Mockingly, and caring little That now is the hour of goodbye. Birds pass by, with open wing, On the nearly-joyous abyss; In the great sunshine the sea is green, And I bleed silently Watching the sky sparkle. What pitiful and wild sound Will toll the hour of goodbye! The sea rolls on the shore Mockingly, and caring little That now is the hour of goodbye. Birds pass by, with open wing, On the nearly-joyous abyss; In the great sunshine the sea is green, And I bleed silently Watching the sky sparkle.

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              • olafur arnald & arnor dan (barbican, february 2015)


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                • Indulgence bar


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                  • BARBICAN - DIGITAL REVOLUTION - JULY 2014


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                    The Barbican is a convention center in London. It feature a variety of artists, events and conventions. This video was recorded during my visit last summer. The event was entitle "Digital Revolution" and showcased various interactive installations and artifacts from technological culture over the last 50 years. Special thanks to Hilary, Eric, Bea and Mary Ann. Barbican is Great!

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                    • Dinner


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                      Dinner, performance at the Barbican Pit Theatre Collaboration between Leena Kangaskoski and Antonia Barnett-McIntosh Performed by Lara Lemon and

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