More films by Silwood residents from 'London in Six Easy Steps' instalation at I.C.A.
Life on the estate.
SILWOOD VIDEO GROUP
Architects and Planners Introduce themselves and explain the aims of consultation.
Architect Introduction 1'36" / Architect and councillor 2'37" / Tower blocks 5'28" / Colin Smith and Consultant 3'25"
Anne Yates 2'11" / Jackie Rose Low, Green, Clean and the Olympic Pool. 5'10" / Social housing On LDDC money and end of social housing. 3'22" / Mrs Platts On domino effect of development and divided community. 3'18"/ Moving out Break up of community through people moving out through decantings or the cost of living. 1'48" / Silwood scheme 5'56" / Survey 1'52" / Drawing 1'17" / Public Amenities 4'13" / Lisa Rajah Councillor's concerns over piecemeal development & lack of regional plan. 3'52"
Life on the estate
Snow 1'58" / Where is the Community Center? 12'00" / Demolition 7'52"
Directed by: Silwood Video Group
Original Format: colour, , 120 mins
Language versions: english
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‘London in Six Easy Steps' ran from 16 August - 25 September 2005. The second week's show, ‘Real Estate: Art in a Changing City', curated by B B (Sarah Carrington and Sophie Hope), focused on London land use, property development, and the relationship between art and ‘regeneration' efforts. The extensive gallery exhibition was accompanied by a programme of films, talks, performances, and related outdoor activities in London.