Secret Rivers

Secret Rivers combines art and archaeology, with mudlarking, photography, film and much more to uncover the mysteries of London’s rivers, both those that flow above ground and those that have been buried beneath our feet.

The exhibition shows how London has been shaped by the Thames and its tributaries, and how they have in turn been shaped by Londoners. It explores how the Effra, Fleet, Neckinger, Lea, Tyburn, Walbrook, Wandle and Westbourne have been exploited for transport and industry, enjoyed and revered, and have influenced artists and writers.

BlueBox was tasked by the Museum of London Docklands and Sarner to do a lighting design for the “Secret Rivers” Temporary exhibition in London.

In Addition to the exhibition lighting design we worked with the Exhibit Designer on best practices for how to build the scenic elements to integrate the audio visual equipment the museum wanted to use. BlueBox were also asked to create some digital video content of water and some specialised audio design for the medieval toilet part of the exhibition.

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