Light after darkness – BFI
One of Noise of Art’s first collaborations with the British Film Institute – and first performed when their Southbank venue was called the National Film Theatre – this early British silent film film was originally shot as an advert for coal mines.
The music was created as a Noise of Art commission by UK techno artist Vector Lovers and the resulting film was used for many years as a showcase work the the BFI.
It was last performed live at the newly named BFI Southbank alongside a new Noise of Art commissioned piece by Coldcut. The audience was also distracted by some comedy stars in the audience.