Here Comes Everybody

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Duration30 minutes

Here Comes Everybody is a river walk story app along the River Pool in Lower Sydenham, Lewisham made by Close and Remote and commissioned by UP Projects. Beginning at the entrance at Southend Lane, walk along the river and you will encounter a story. This includes field recordings by Peter Cusack. At the completion you will encounter a small bridge with an installation built by Close and Remote (Simon Poulter and Sophie Mellor). Android only, iOS demised. http://www.closeandremote.net/

Near Lewisham, London SE13 5FS, UK

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