A study of photosynthetic commuters in central London, that keep time with the tides. Communities of micro-algae
evolve their own pigment cocktails – in their trillions, they daub a muddy foreshore turmeric, forest-green, bronze.
‘Slimewatch I: Moon & mud’. 4’59”; Susi Arnott, 2019
Time-lapse imagery reveals colour&movement over tidal cycles; photo-colorimetry defines and measures these colours.
Light- and electron-microscopy help identify and count species and their relative densities.
In collaboration with Prof.Jane Lewis and student Dain Son, at the University of Westminster (Life Sciences):
Multi-media exhibition at Regent St.Gallery Café, 309 Regent St., London W1B 2HB.
Sept.14th-23rd., 09:00-18:00 with activities in 307 Foyer on 13th-14th. PV Thursday 12th., 6-8pm
Then at Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf, SE1 9PH, together with Crispin Hughes, ‘Duck’ and ‘Keepers’,
as part of this year’s ‘Totally Thames’ Festival, Sept.25th-29th. 10:00-20:00. PV Tuesday Sept.24th.6-8pm.
‘Slimewatch II: Mud & microbes’, 8’50”. Susi Arnott/Dain Son, 2019
Thanks to BA Film course director Peter Hort for putting us all in touch!