Monday, June 22, 2009

Visual Artist Mox At The National Maritime Museum

Mox is a London based video director and composer renowned for his work with Coldcut, and The Cinematic Orchestra for the cutting edge British electronic label Ninja Tune. Mox has collaborated, additionally, with artists such as Mylo, Imogen Heap, Goldie, DJ Food,Amon Tobin, Bonobo, Daedelus and electronic labels Hospital, Metalheadz and Freerange etc.

On the 25th, 26th & 27th June, the River Thames past and present will ebb and flow through the grounds of the National Maritime Museum in this specially commissioned son et lumiere marking the 250th anniversary of the Baroque composer Handel, whose famous Water Music was first performed on a Thames barge. Once described as ‘liquid history’, the Thames has shaped the story of the capital and in this immersive fusion of sound and visuals, you will experience London’s famous river as never before, evoked through live music, spoken word, electronic music and video projections by MOX.

Check out our next issue of UK Adapta as we will have a nice lil interview with MOX.

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