Abdu'Allah Faisal worked with scientists, sportsmen and local residents to highlight the dangers of life and competition in the city
a filmmaker's most important Britain has collaborated with scientists to show how air pollution in East London threat to athletes at the Games next year and shortens the lives of people living near the Olympic Park.Film and Photography
Faisal Abdu'Allah artist who has exhibited at the Tate Britain, serpentine and Stanford University in the United States, he spent one year with four of the leading experts of Great British air quality, including Frank Kelly, professor of environmental health at Kings College London.
The film, called double pendulum, with athletes Jeanette Kwakye, football player and martial artist Anthony Grant Ammar Duffus, and 11 to life 14 years on the Olympic Park.
London is one of the most polluted cities in Europe, with more than 4,000 premature deaths attributable to air pollution at a cost of about £ 2 billion per year. East London is one of the most polluted air of the city with an airport expansion and some of the busiest roads in Britain. Levels of air pollution across London within the limits of the EU directives and the failure of the World Health Organization.