ON THESE STREETS

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In April 1981, the streets of Brixton became the heart of an uprising. 40 years later, these streets have much to tell us.

ON THESE STREETS is an interactive audio experience by non zero one through the streets of Brixton that invites you to witness, interact, and respond to the voices, stories, and legacy of the Uprising.

Writer Somalia Nonyé Seaton and Sound Artist XANA weave fiction with words from verbatim testimony, set within an immersive audio world of sound clash culture with the Dutch pot pressure of dub music spilling into the streets.

 

How it works

In this one-hour immersive journey, participants’ travel through the streets of the uprising, guided by a smartphone experience developed by creative technology studio All Seeing Eye. Whilst interacting with the Guide, participants shape their own journey and have the opportunity to make a personal response.

 

 

Credits

non zero one and Brixton House present ON THESE STREETS

Concept and interactive experience by non zero one

Written by Somalia Nonyé Seaton with verbatim words from first hand experience of the Uprising

Sound Artist: XANA

App Developer: All Seeing Eye

Researcher and Script Assistant: Aliyah Hasinah

Project Producer: Tobi Kyeremateng

ON THESE STREETS is part of 81 Acts of Exuberant Defiance, a radical reclaiming of heritage – to imagine, experiment and create new futures.

ON THESE STREETS is supported by an Arts Council England projects grant.

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