FR33DOM RD is a new exhibition combining art and music to celebrate the “distinctive character” of Tottenham.

The brainchild of filmmaker Maria Pia Fanigliulo, who lives in the area, and supported by Arts Council England, the show features prints by Royal Collage of Art alumni Yasmine Dainelli, in combination with an animated short film created by Fanigliulo in collaboration with Ritzy Studio and Tottenham rapper Mike GLC.

The initiative is designed to showcase the psychogeography of the area, celebrating its eclecticism and idiosyncrasies.

By using the ancient practice of handcrafted etchings combined with animated digital media, the works on display are a journey through Tottenham over the years.

The handmade prints by Dainelli look at local architecture as a means of exploring population, making use of photographs and handmade etchings of some of Tottenham’s most well-known sites.

With works based on the area’s housing estates - the road leading to Broadwater Farm lends the exhibition its title - as well as key areas of Tottenham’s regeneration, Dainelli’s prints also raise questions about the changing face of the local area, whilst also celebrating its diversity at a time when most of London is starting to look increasingly uniform.

Sitting alongside Dainelli’s prints is an animated music video created by Fanigliulo for Tottenham rapper Mike GLC’s track, Exodus.

Made in collaboration with production company, Ritzy Animation, the video is a dark satire that explores the themes of technology and surveillance.

Bringing together mobile phone videos, YouTube clips and Dainelli’s prints the film recreates a night-time journey through South Tottenham’s Markfield Park.

A few of the 2,000 prints created for the film along with two of its sets are also on display as part of the exhibition, establishing a link between the ancient medium of printmaking and the contemporary digital world.

The exhibition also features artwork created by local students from The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL). The works have been inspired by the question: “Where is Fr33dom Road?” and were created during a series of printmaking workshops with Dainelli.

Fr33dom Rd runs until August 31 at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Tottenham Green Enterprise Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, N15 4RX. Details: 020 8365 5450,