Gemma Nash: Artist

I use sound to recover and reimagine stories about people, places and objects

the pip tapes r&d #2

Mannion-Jones and Perrin

In an earlier blog I wrote about Callum Perrin’s remix of Do not own it // do not open it. A track I originally produced as a response to the absurdity of PIP claimants having to use cassettes to record their assessments. Also the track that prompted me to develop The PIP Tapes.

Perrin’s downbeat remix includes reviews of cassette recorders found on the Argos website from claimants. The short film (above) is film maker Alex Mannion-Jones‘ visual interpretation of Perrin’s remix. Mannion-Jones has layered footage of cassettes, disability rights demonstrations and blossom to produce a mellow but hard hitting piece.


For further details about the The PIP Tapes please see The PIP Tapes Intro for more details.

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