British artist Anne-Marie Creamer is interested in story telling & experimental approaches
to narrative. She has developed a body of work - mainly experimental videos, drawings &
installations - that form a kind of expanded, discursive narrative with interconnected
objects & images that explore the relationships between documentary & fiction, realism &
Meeting the Pied Piper in Brasov. Nearly everyone knows the story of the Pied Piper. The children, who in a state of mesmerism followed the Pied Piper of Hamlin, and were said to have disappeared into a cave within a hill just outside the town. In total one hundred thirty children were lost. The mountain near Hamelin where the children disappeared really exists and is called Poppenberg. Local legend in Transylvania has it that the children emerged near the site of the old town square town of Brasov.
Hargita Cultural Center (Romania)