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Jenny Sealey, Graeae and Strange Fruit: The Journey

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See the concrete mass of the southbank through Jenny Sealey’s eyes and be transported to the garden. Experience a sense of intrigue and moments of exquisite beauty.

Duration: 1min 32secs

Original | Subtitled | Audio Described

What does it take to create the setting in which to hear a story?

See the concrete mass of the Southbank through Jenny Sealey’s eyes and be transported to The Garden. Experience a sense of intrigue and moments of exquisite beauty.

The Garden is Graeae’s Unlimited Commission for London 2012, and part of the growing re-framing of work by deaf and disabled artists – work the world wants to see.

Push Me Collection: The Journey is the next set of the 90 second films following 12 Push Me artists on their journey to the 2012 Cultural Olympiad and the Unlimited Festival.

See how her story began with Push Me for 90 Seconds, in the first Push Me Collection.

For more information on the artists and full credits go to Push Me Please

With thanks to the Geffrye Museum
Director: John Durrant, BDH
Music: Timo Baker, Subvertical
With thanks to Bim Ajadi and Ted Evans for additional film footage