felix taylor is an artist and composer from South London. His work uses field recording, musical composition, computer programming, radio broadcasts, collage and filmmaking. This year felix has released a composition for Philip Glass's Orange Mountain Music Label, commissioned for the composer's 85th birthday and is currently working on public installations for Turner prize nominated collective Gentle / Radical, Croydon Borough of Culture and Three Rivers Bexley.
Imani Mason Jordan is an interdisciplinary writer, artist, editor and curator interested in poetics and performance. Alongside Rabz Lansiquot they are one half of Languid Hands, who are lead curators of the artistic programme at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning. Recent independent projects include TREAD/MILL: WIP (Somerset House Studios 2021, and Aspen Art Museum, 2022); Atlantic Railton: LIVE with Ain Bailey (Serpentine Pavilion, 2021) & Welcome Note in a Welcome Speech with Libita Sibungu (Gasworks, 2019; Spike Island, 2020; Sensing the Planet at Serpentine Galleries, 2021). Imani is the author of the pamphlet Objects Who Testify (PSS, 2019) as well as numerous articles, reviews, essays, poems, plays and love letters, some of which they have published.
Crossness Pumping Station🚽✨ Built between 1859 and 1865 by William Webster as part of Bazalgette's London sewerage system redevelopment, the Pumping Station is situated at Crossness Sewage Treatment Works. Positioned at the eastern terminus of the Southern Outfall Sewer and the Ridgeway path in the London Borough of Bexley, it housed four stem-driven beam engine pumps. Today, the Pumping Station stands adjacent to Erith Marshes, a grazing marsh, with its northern section designated as Crossness Nature Reserve.