Threshold is a continuous split-level installation that we designed and built at The Queen of Hoxton for May bank holiday weekend. It was installed on the ceiling of the stairway between the ground floor and basement, acting as an invitation to go down and see the second half of the work behind the DJ booth in the basement. The whole piece was built from a set of eco-friendly polystyrene strips, 25mm x 25mm and 50mm x 50mm, of varying lengths. The set will now reside at The Queen of Hoxton on a semi-permanent basis, where we will continue to explore the possibilities of video-mapping, and reappropriate the installation in various guises, across the venue.
We are currently working closely with the good people behind DRUMM at the Queen of Hoxton. This regular Thursday night party showcases a plethora of new live and dj talent alongside printed matter from up-and-coming photographers and illustrators. Our role in this soon to be institution is as curators of all things light installation and projection related. You may even catch us playing a few jams in between the bands. Stay tuned for updates of our exciting work on this project or, in the meantime, check out this short video we produced at the preview party:
Short and sweet track from Fort Romeau’s debut album Kingdoms, out now on 100% Silk. Warm and enveloping synths and sexy vocal samples, backed up by a solid rhythm section. He will be joining us for Drumm @ Queen of Hoxton on the 3rd of May - don’t miss out!