Posts Tagged ‘London’

“I don’t like colour. The real factories that I love, they’re black-and-white experiences. Colour putrefies them… I really love the oil-impregnated earth, you know, where the earth is gleaming with black oil and there is steel and brick and glass and these machines, and smokestacks and the smoke and the fire. It’s an amazing, phenomenal […]

I just visited an enthralling exhibition by artist Gemma Anderson at the Eb & Flow Gallery near Old Street in London. She has developed a focused artistic practice in which she takes an analytical approach that is similar to scientific research. She uses observational drawing as the foundation for explorations in different media, most notably […]

Last week Anna was invited to watch the first stage of the demolition of the Aylesbury Estate in Elephant and Castle. The section being demolished in these pictures is 1-14 Boyson Road, known as ‘Little Bradenham’. It is being demolished with a ‘muncher’ rather than explosives or a wrecking ball to reduce noise and ensure […]