Corn starch in a leather pouch – or snow crunching? A pair of gloves – or the wings of a bird in flight? Julie Bower is a Foley artist. She specialises in finding things that sound just something else, tricking your ears and conjuring up feelings that you can really hear.
In this fascinating and wildly innovative show, Bower explores the limits of her art form, telling the story of her year in Russia and bringing to lie the experiences she had there. It features disinformation, fake news and cameos from the intelligence community past and present: Edward Snowden, Grigori Rasputin and Alexander Litvinenko.