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Modern Booth

About this project

This series of work looks at the polarities of Londons built environment. Combining data from differing sources and placing it on a topographic map reveals the concentration of high value property on high land. Inspired by Booths maps of 1886-1903

Pricing

£1200 — £1500

Keywords

Porcelain, topography, cartography, landscape

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
Have and Have Not
Porcelain, Enamel, Gold lustre 32 x 39 x 2 cm edition of 10 2016 Gold dots represent houses sold for £1 million plus in 2013 (Savills: The Evolution of Prime London 2014). The blue enamelled areas represent council wards where there is 20% plus child poverty (New Policy: London's Poverty Pofile 2013).
Home and Away
Home and Away Porcelain, Enamel, Gold lustre 32 x 39 x 2 cm Edition 10 2016 The ebb and flow of established and new communities in the landscape of London.
Zoopla!
Porcelain , Dutch gold leaf Edition of 10 2014 The gilded areas reflect a generalized view of London property seen as investment.

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