Commissioned by the Arts Council England and supported by the Bermondsey Square Community Fund, Moving Southwark is a magical realist take on one of London’s 33 Boroughs and oldest parts of London.
Part of the wider Moving Cities remit to investigate culture and people via expressions of dance, the video takes you deeper into London, probing further into what makes up the people in a city. The narrator, Nadine Marshall and composer, Danny Odom form a score underwritten by 24 dancers.
Each dancer was asked to respond directly to what was on their mind in that given time, in that given moment.
This film was made possible by funding from the Arts Council England, Bermondsey Square Community Fund and Institution of Civil Engineers.
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About Bermondsey Square Community Fund
The Bermondsey Square Trust collects money from the occupiers and owners of Bermondsey Square through the occupiers’ leases and grants awards for ‘The marketing animation and promotion of the Bermondsey Square Estate and making a positive contribution to the wider neighbourhood and community of Bermondsey.’About the Community Fund