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Last chance to share your views of This City's Centre

Devon-based artist collective Blind Ditch is looking for Exeter residents to be involved in an ambitious art project that will result in a video installation at Royal Albert Memorial Museum this summer, and provide inspiration for performances around the city in September during Unexpected, the new festival for Exeter .

We are looking for 20 people who live within 10 minutes walk of Cathedral Green who are willing to share their view with us by allowing us to film the view from their window for approximately 15 minutes. Afterwards we will talk to you for between 10 and 45 minutes about your view, recording your voice only. On average everything takes about one hour.

It is important to us that we collect views from 20 diverse perspectives (socially, culturally and geographically). Our current volunteers are predominantly women, so we are particularly keen to hear from men who are interested in getting involved and share their perspective.  We would also be keen for volunteers who live on Longbrook Street, in the West Quarter and anywhere within the 10 minute walking distance area that overlooks the quay, as these areas of Exeter have not yet been represented.     

Whether you live in a terraced house, student flat, basement apartment, Georgian mansion, next to the bypass, opposite the football stadium; whether you've a beautiful or challenging view; if you’ve lived in Exeter all your life, or only for a few months, we’d love to hear from you!

More information about the project can be found at www.thiscityscentre.net, or if you'd like to register your interest contact Cat Radford on cat@blindditch.org or call 07754 232285. 

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