We had the pleasure of teaming up with artists Jon Rubin and Lee Walton to document their art installation for the Cambridge Arts Council, Common Exchange exhibition. This was a fun afternoon of chasing Eva Redamonti (fife) & James Knoerl (drummer) around Harvard sq. dressed up like two American Revolutionary War band members playing contemporary protest songs. We shot with one camera doing our best to showcase the publics view of the installation. We recorded the audio before hand with our audio equipment than mounted up the Ronin & Drone for the video side. This installation went on every day for thirty days, from noon to 2pm. We captured one of those days & the end result is what you see above.


Songs in order of appearance on video:
What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye
I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
Get Up, Stand Up – Bob Marley and the Wailers’
They Don’t Care About Us – Michael Jackson

Remaining set list:
War – Edwin Starr
Fight the Power, Public Enemy
American Idiot, Green Day
Killing in the Name, Rage Against the Machine

Fife – Eva Redamonti
Drums – James Knoerl
Artists – Jon Rubin and Lee Walton
Video – OLP Creative

A project for the Cambridge Arts Council, Common Exchange exhibition