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As The Crow Flies art exhibition at Severndroog Castle from 6th October to 1st December 2019

Severndroog Castle presents the ‘As The Crow Flies’ digital art installation this Autumn and Winter created by Jini Rawlings, who is a mixed media and video installation artist. Rawlings’ art uses projections and materials to suggest the multi layering of memory and meaning, creating poetic responses to stories found in original archives.

The installation is based on three different ‘narratives’, which are linked by location and their different relationships to the Honourable East India Company; linking these stories with the history of Severndroog Castle itself.

Severndroog is a tower built in the 18th century situated in the Oxleas Woods in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Built on Shooters Hill, one of the highest points in the city, the viewing platform boasts some of the most spectacular views in London.

Event Details:

Every Sunday from 6th October until 1st December 2019.
Opening hours: 6th – 20th Oct 10.30am – 4.30pm; 27th Oct to 1st Dec 10.30am – 3.30pm
At Severndroog Castle. Castlewood, Shooters Hill, London SE18 3RT

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