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Meet Me In The City

Meet Me in the City is an animation that follows a love story lost in the complexity of the growing city.

By Jo Peel Stop motion animation for Living Walls on QE. Olympic Park Meet Me in the City is an animation that follows a love story lost in the complexity of the growing city. Told across a 30 meter section of the canal side hoarding facing the ever evolving Hackney Wick, a story of lost messages and passing ships unfolds along the artwork in an ode to the perfection of an imagined relationship, never tainted by reality. A Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park commission. Animation & Direction: Jo Peel Executive Producers: Moniker Projects Camera Operators: Zoe Genders, Helen Perrault-Newby Art Assistant: Tamara Venn, Imogen Bennet Music by Tunng Living Walls

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