Silent Cacophony was a series of public performance art interventions across London, England and other international cities on Remembrance Day 2013 exploring how people reach their opinion on war and conflict. Artists were asked to respond to locations that had experience sudden explosions during war. Harry Vendryes wrote a piece of work specifically for an attack on Covent Garden during the First World War.
An AHRC/ Creativeworks London funded research project by Professor Andy Pratt and his team at City University London into the unorthodox practices employed by Platform-7, in creating large scale outdoor interventions in public spaces.
CWL Creative Voucher, The Silent Cacophony case study
Report written by:Andy C Pratt, Professor of Cultural Economy
Department of Culture, and Creative Industries, School of Arts and Social Sciences, City University London