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East End Transformations (After Marville)

February 14, 2016


State of play with my East End work is presented in the video below. I will not be working on this for a few weeks and so thought I would document where I stand. I am very attracted to the idea of using the same form of presentation as Marville – photographs mounted on blue […]

After Marville…East End Transformations

February 10, 2016


I have now received back my first batch of pinhole photographs of redevelopment activity around Shoreditch/Spitalfields. The reference to ‘transformations’ in the title of this post has, at least, two meanings. In the first instance the subject matter itself is concerned with the physical transformation of the urban environment. On another level it also refers to […]

After Marville… but in what way?

November 9, 2015


As has often been the case when I start a new project I begin in one place and then move on. My starting point for looking at the redevelopment of East London was to a fair degree focussed on how the means of presentation could add layers of meaning to the photographs I produce. Specifically, […]