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King's Cross Central Series

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The first in my series of short films for King's Cross Central was released by The Guardian newspaper last week.

Nico Wasserman directed the shoot and Ross Blake supplied the music.
In the series we follow artist Graham Hudson as he embarks upon a six month residency on the massive building site behind London's King's Cross station.
The first film introduces Graham, who is represented by Monitor, Milan, as he acquaints himself with just one of the many abandoned spaces on the site, and begins to interact with the materials he finds there. In the coming months he'll be exploring the ruins of King's Cross's club culture, running a 'spot the artwork' competition for the builders, and setting up a public exhibition. In the meantime, the only way for the public to see his on-site work is by looking at his website and by catching up with these films.
The documentaries are being made possible thanks to the King's Cross Central consortium, with support from Arts Council England. Butcher's Projects, Graham's curators for the residency, helped put it all together.