An Interview with the Quay Brothers at BFP15: Installation at Redcliffe Bridge, Bristol

Music: ‘Tasogare’ from ‘Strange birds with human voices’ courtesy of Tim Nelson.

As part of this year’s Bristol Festival of Puppetry, The Quay Brothers have created a unique installation for the Redcliffe Bascule Bridge Control Room. Peer through windows of this disused room, once a critical space in Bristol’s commercial shipping heyday, and discover a landscape upturned in a moment of convulsion. Entitled “Homage To The Framed Perspective Of An Abridged Conversation Between The Painters Sassetta & Uccello And The Mystical Occurrence That Happened Before Your Arrival”, this installation can be seen at the Redcliffe Bascule Bridge, Redcliffe Way, Bristol, until 18 Sept 2015.

Interview by Emma Windsor

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