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Interviews with a changing workforce
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The Hackney Wick and Fish Island area is a case-book study of urban  transformation. Within living memory its workers  have shifted from manufacturing to creative, service and high-tech  industries.  Here we present a series of audio interviews reflecting the change.   
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From industry, to art, hi-tech and residential.
Our interviews are divided into four groups, so click on which selection interests you most. OLD INDUSTRY      SERVICE INDUSTRY CREATIVE INDUSTRY     FUTURE INDUSTRY
Fish Island and Hackney Wick in 1949.
The proposed gantry side of Here East.
Sound Picture
A team of volunteers collected all our interviews, recorded sounds and took photographs.  They edited the interviews and created a SOUND PICTURE OF HACKNEY WICK AND FISH ISLAND, mixing location noises with  interview snippets. Thanks to: Ruth Munroe Simon Waters Gordon Fryer Andrew Stuck Roshan Ansari Caroline Ewart-James Gill Wildman
LandSky would also like to thank everyone at HUB 67 and THE YARD  Theatre, particularly Katherine Igoe-Ewer, for their support and encouragement throughout the project.  We are also grateful to our funders, the EAST END COMMUNITY FOUNDATION and the CHAPMAN FOUNDATION