An Ealing Trilogy

An Ealing Trilogy

In 2013 Eelyn Lee was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery [NPG], London to make a new piece of moving image work as part of their annual Creative Connections programme.

Eelyn researched the gallery's collection of portraits of people who have links to the borough of Ealing, West London before collaborating with students from Brentside High School to make An Ealing Trilogy [8mins/2k/single screen]. The work was exhibited in the gallery from June - Sept, 2014 and marked the first projected video installation to be shown at NPG.

The work went on to be exhibited at Pitzhanger Manor Gallery, Ealing. 
In Dec 2014 it was selected for Les Rencontres Internationales, a festival celebrating new cinema and contemporary art and screened at the GAÎTÉ LYRIQUE in Paris and Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin.

Watch the film below.
Read Eelyn's guest blog about the exhibition on the National Portrait Gallery's website
Watch a short interview with Eelyn Lee talking about the project here.

Creativity Dark side

An Ealing Trilogy by Eelyn Lee in collaboration with Brentside High School

Creative Connections is generously supported by the Palley family.

Credits:
Cinematography - Dominik Rippl
Editor - Francis MG
Art Director - Chris Kelly
Music - Francis MG
Associate Producer - Emma Passmore
Camera Assistant - Adam Feeney
Movi Technician - Will Green
2nd Camera Assistant - Muzzammil Hashmi 
Assistant Art Director - Verity Brown

National Portrait Gallery

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