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Ring Of Gold

Time: July 16, 2009 at 11am to August 7, 2009 at 6pm
Location: EXHIBIT Gallery
Event Type: video, installation, exhibition
Organized By: Alan Lam
Latest Activity: Jul 30, 2009

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Event Description

“25p, 50p each…” “Did you sell it though?” “YES!” “Did you?”

As part of The SUPER ESTATE programme, EXHIBIT is delighted to present “RING OF GOLD”, a video installation capturing the second Market Day at Golden Lane Estate on 6 June 2009.

Despite the inclement weather many of the residents laid out their tables with a wide variety of goods to sell. During the day, artist Kathryn Faulkner worked her way around the balcony, taking hundreds of photographs of the tables and the people behind them, building a weaving sequence of portraits that eventually form this short film. The residents were captured holding hands to emphasize the collaborative nature of this event and the community spirit behind many of the activities at Golden Lane Estate.

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