|30 Apr - 8 May, 2022|
ℙ𝕝𝕒𝕥𝕗𝕠𝕣𝕞 𝟙𝟘 is an immersive sound walk set within North London’s Parkland Walk – a green corridor following an abandoned railway line. Along the way you will discover hidden stories, voices and rhythms of the Parkland Walk as you’re guided through an alluring commute starting at the derelict train platforms at Crouch End Hill (lookout for the bright coloured bench and orange handrail on the platform where you’ll find a QR code for the experience).
Following narrated instructions, we invite you to join an audio experience where reality and fiction coexist through a collection of stories and sounds inspired by the memories and perspectives of Parkland Walk users. As you move, look and think in unison with the narrator, your sense of self is heightened but also put into question – whose reality are you embodying? Which sounds are constructed and which ones are real?
The project aims to celebrate the Parkland Walk’s important role as a much-needed space to escape the city and speculates other such spaces across London. What are those spaces and how can we use storytelling, research and sound to celebrate and protect them?
Platform 10 is a project developed by a team of students on MA Narrative Environments at Central Saint Martins. The project is led by Jessica Sammut, assisted by Leanne Finn-Davis, Teddy Godwin, Yutzu Lai, Chris Mademtzis and Lucy McCullough.
Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/platform_10
More info about this walk and others on our website https://www.janeswalklondon.co.uk/festival-2022