Cherry Hill

A new film by British choreographer and director Holly Blakey, made in collaboration with auction house Christie’s and Nowness, follows French-American actor Camille Rowe as she traverses the halls of Cherry Hill, an English country house designed in 1935 by architect Oliver Hill, and an early instance of the designer’s turn to architectural modernism. Set to the sound of British electronic soloist Gwilym Gold, Rowe navigates the curved, objet d’art-filled hallways, encountering a band of dancers along the way. 

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