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Remembrance Sunday Installation Ponders Modern Masculinity

The team behind The Turning of the Leaves pay a different kind of tribute to the fallen soldiers of WW1, in an installation set to be unveiled this Sunday.

This Sunday [11 November] marks 100 years since the First World War came to an end with the signing of the Armistice, and amongst the myriad memorial services, parades and seas of poppies honouring the fallen, London's Union Chapel is marking Remembrance Sunday with a thought-provoking audio-visual installation.

Written and directed by artist and poet Jack Miguel, in collaboration with COMPULSORY director and filmmaker Taz Tron Delix and electronic musician/sound artist Josh Grey-Jung, The Turning of the Leaves will explore how WW1 shaped modern masculinity…to continue reading please subscribe now

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