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‘The One and The Many’ is an artistic collective led by Daniel Marcus Clark and Rebecca Gill.
Daniel Marcus Clark is a story inventor and composer who creates work that explores the relationship between sound, music and stories to generate tangible imaginative experiences for audiences. He is the founding artist of EarFilms, a company exploring advanced 3D storytelling experiences, with whom he regularly shares his work worldwide.
Becca Gill is a producer and artist whose work invisibly integrates high-end technologies to create seamless illusions in unexpected places. She is a resident artist at Kaleider (previously Pervasive Media Studio - Watershed & AIR Studio) where she often collaborates with other artists, scientists and technologists and artistic director at Mercurial Wrestler.
Together they create work that fuses new technology with old and imagined stories to reframe public spaces and invigorate the people who reside inside them.
Their work is made in and with the community to create magical happenings that shed new light on oft forgotten spaces and customs.
Spotted by Freedom Festival.
The United Kingdom (UK)
Member of IN SITU since 2016
Freedom Festival celebrates, through artistic and cultural expression, Hull’s independent spirit and historic contribution to the cause of freedom.
We explore, and provide a platform for, local, national and international representations of freedom, independence of spirit through the pure freedom of creative expression. We will always make reference to ‘freedom’ as a concept, pushing boundaries to express it in a variety of ways through our programme.
We work closely with artists, organisations, businesses, families, individuals and community groups to create a world-class urban arts festival that offers something for everyone. We bring renowned national and international programming to our city, while always providing opportunities for supporting, showcasing and developing local and regional talent.
We constantly challenge to ourselves to seek out and work with artists who are brave enough to further explore and debate concepts of freedom, both from a historical viewpoint and also in terms of what freedom means today, in 2016 and beyond. Artists who can create impactful work, work which gets audiences talking and debating and challenging and celebrating
New commissions feature in our programme each year; in 2015, for example, the festival featured Humber Calling, a collection of work curated by sound artist Scanner that celebrated Hull’s iconic cream phone boxes and the changing nature of broadcasting. Read more about our commissions and in-year work here.
Artistic Director: Mikey Martins