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Abe Odenina _Profile on an artist

By Claudia Leisinger | January 20, 2017
Posted in: Multimedia London 2016 Profile

Abe Odedina is an amazing artist and a really lovely human being and I am exited to work on a multimedia profile on him. I am using photos, video and audio together to assemble a profile.

Here are a few photos from his recent exhibition "Eye to Eye" which happen at the Copeland gallery in Peckham and some from the days running up to the show in his studio.

Abe & Katherine Finerty

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#SaveOurPlayground videos

By Claudia Leisinger | July 27, 2016
Posted in: Multimedia video #SaveOurGreenspace #SaveOurPlayground

I am in the process of creating a series of video showing the children, parents and the local MP voicing their support to the Green Space Campaign at my daughter's primary school.

You can view these videos on my vimeo page here.







Save Our Playground Campaign_Students voices _1Pupil from Claudia Leisinger on Vimeo.

A bit more about the campaign:

The Judith Kerr Primary School (JKPS) Green Space Campaign has been set up by the local community to prevent the school’s only playing field being sold off for development by The Dulwich Estate.

The playing field is an integral part of the school, used intensively for sports, play, education, and social events. The school will eventually have 350 children aged 4-11 years. The removal of the only playing field will reduce the outside space available by more than half and remove all green space.

The removal of the playing field will severely restrict the opportunities for education, play and sport for generations of school children. The development will add further congestion to a very busy intersection and its proximity to the school gates will constitute an ongoing safety risk.
The local community needs good schools and the playing field is a vital resource to JKPS to achieve this. The local community and JKPS will be best served now and in the long term by JKPS retaining its playing field.

Why is JKPS’s only playing field at risk of being sold?

JKPS is a state primary school and leases its building and grounds, which includes the only playing field, from The Dulwich Estate.

The Dulwich Estate incorporated an option into the lease allowing it to develop residential housing on the playing field subject to planning permission. If the development is approved, the playing field will be permanently lost to the school.

Read more and take action here.

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Save The Greenspace Playground_at Judith Kerr Primary School

By Claudia Leisinger | April 30, 2016
Posted in: Story Multimedia Judith Kerr Primary School video #SaveOurGreenspace

I created this video to support the Green Space Campaign at my daughter's primary school. The photos were all taken by me over a time frame of 18 months. I thank The Kinks for their perfect musical backdrop of quintessential Englishness.

A bit more about the campaign:

The Judith Kerr Primary School (JKPS) Green Space Campaign has been set up by the local community to prevent the school’s only playing field being sold off for development by The Dulwich Estate.

The playing field is an integral part of the school, used intensively for sports, play, education, and social events. The school will eventually have 350 children aged 4-11 years. The removal of the only playing field will reduce the outside space available by more than half and remove all green space.

The removal of the playing field will severely restrict the opportunities for education, play and sport for generations of school children. The development will add further congestion to a very busy intersection and its proximity to the school gates will constitute an ongoing safety risk.

The local community needs good schools and the playing field is a vital resource to JKPS to achieve this. The local community and JKPS will be best served now and in the long term by JKPS retaining its playing field.

Why is JKPS’s only playing field at risk of being sold?

JKPS is a state primary school and leases its building and grounds, which includes the only playing field, from The Dulwich Estate.

The Dulwich Estate incorporated an option into the lease allowing it to develop residential housing on the playing field subject to planning permission. If the development is approved, the playing field will be permanently lost to the school.

Read more and take action here.


Save The Greenspace Playground_at Judith Kerr Primary School from Claudia Leisinger on Vimeo.


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Alberto Giacometti: In His Own Words - A Panel Discussion at Luxembourg & Dayan

By Claudia Leisinger | March 30, 2016
Posted in: Multimedia Film video Event

It was really interesting to film and edit the panel discussion on Alberto Giacometti's work at the Luxembourg & Dayan Gallery.
The panelists were Antony Gormley, acclaimed artist, Casimiro Di Crescenzo, Alberto Giacometti scholar, Calvin Winner acting deputy head of Collection at the Sainsbury Center for visual Arts and Yuval Etgar, researcher and doctoral candidate in Contemporary Art History and Theory at the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford.

The video will remain private and I can't share it here, but below is a still from the edit and the exhibition is still on at Luxembourg & Dayan. I highly recommend a visit.

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