Easter Weekend 2003: The Hoxton Project, Hoxton Hall, London
What happens when a dozen artists, working in almost every medium from sculpture to digital animation, are invited to create work in response to a spooky old music hall (virtually unchanged since it was built in 1863) located in one of the most interesting and historic parts of London?
A multimedia event that is part-installation, part-performance. A Variety Bill of lime-lit spectacle, sounds, smoke, mirrors, magic, and plenty of things that go bump in the night. A fun, free thing to do over the Easter Weekend. A chance to encounter the ghosts of Hoxton Past and a rare opportunity to explore a fascinating and unique building.....
2Step's Hoxton Project was the succes d'estime of London's Easter weekend, 2003. Over four days more than 1000 visitors came and experienced the magic and mystery for themselves. For those of you who missed it, here are some of the more memorable moments........
The Hoxton Project was sponsored by: The Brunswick Group (Alan Parker), The Finsbury Group (Mr & Mrs Roland Rudd), Flint Hire & Supply, Mr & Mrs David Hellier, HKD Ltd., Landseer Films, New Angle Productions, Peston.Com, Mr & Mrs J. Sanderson, Lord & Lady Peston, The Media Arts Department, University of London and many others….