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London's Lost Rivers

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About this project

City maps generally reference the urban environment. This project stripped away the built environment to reveal the underlying landscape of the London basin, and city’s forgotten water courses.

Peckham Postcards - A pool of water on Peckham Rye sparked a search for the lost River Peck. Reminiscent of Victorian lantern slides, these translucent tiles map the disappearance of the river and the development of Peckham from rural to urban village. Ehibited in Secret Rivers Museum of London 2019

Pricing

£700 — £1600

Keywords

London, rivers, topography, lost rivers, museum of london

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
London's Lost Rivers
Photographer: Loraine Rutt
Stripping the built environment from the landscape of London reveals the river formed valleys of the lost water courses.
London Basin
Porcelain, layered glazes 32 x 39 x 2cm Edition of 10 2015
Port of London Fossil
Porcelain, cobalt and manganese screen print
Peckham Postcard 1768
Photographer: Museum of London
One of a set of four postcards charting the evolution of Peckham and the disappearance of the River Peck. Shown in Secret Rivers Museum of London Docklands 2019

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