G-TECHNOLOGY BY HITACHI LAUNCHES
‘DRIVEN CREATIVITY’ AWARDS
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The G-Technology Driven Creativity exhibition
November 17th-22nd 2010, 1pm-6pm at The Brick Lane Gallery
Showcasing the fantastically creative shortlisted photography, film and music entries from G-Technology's Driven Creativity Exhibition! Come along to this free exhibition and be inspired by the amazing competition entries on display, including...
The overall winner of the competition The Henley Swim by Iain Weir, showing the misty, early morning gathering of swimmers set to embark on a journey down the Henley-on-Thames river and the amateur photography winner Eternal by Patty Palmtree - portraying the wonderful contrast between the force of nature and the power of mankind.
The professional film winner Et Miaow Alors by Adrian Westbrook, a humorous look at some of the basic difficulties inherent in independent filmmaking and the amateur film winner Hayfever by Ke Nguyen, using stop-motion photography and animation techniques to explore London's Greenwich and Regent Parks.
The professional music joint winners You Cant Hide by Benny Tetteh-Lartey, created with an 18 string instrument - The Combuitar - which the musician designed and built on his own and Hows that by the Hoo Brothers, who use inspiration from everyday life to create music; along with the amateur music winner Jon & Lori by Ronnie Doyle, about a mans heartache following the death of his wife.
Click here for further information about the Driven Creativity Exhibition.
THE BRICK LANE GALLERY
196 Brick Lane | London | E1 6SA
+44 (0)207 729 9721
Open Daily 1 - 6pm