Daniel Canogar

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November 6th, 2015

Spanish artist Daniel Canogar is looking for participants to film for his installation, Asalto Durham.

Using a green screen, he plans to film people crawling along it. With a little camera trickery, during the festival this footage will be projected onto Durham’s imposing viaduct, so it looks like people are climbing up it. Fancy seeing yourself on one of Durham’s most iconic pieces of architecture? There are still a few slots left.

Come along to St Leonards Catholic School, any time between 3-6pm on Saturday 7th November to join in with the fun.


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