While I had been researching Gill Golding’s work, particularly Welcome to the Fake (s.d.), I became very aware of the concept of hoarding being a place of imagery within the developments in any town undergoing regeneration. More specifically I began to imagine my imagery appearing on hoardings as part of my project. The imagery could be somewhere on the spectrum between affirming the slick, glossy facade of regeneration or refuting it in a dystopian nightmare; showing its true colours. I have created the beginning of a diptych or grid which I think falls somewhere between these two extremes and is a direct example of how my Contextual Studies has informed my Body of Work.
On the 3rd May 2019 I attended the Engaging in Urban Image Making Symposium at Goldsmiths University of London. I was drawn to this symposium by the fact that Gill Golding would be talking about her practice and her new project. I had heard about Gill Golding because of her work photographing Deptford which had … Continue reading Engaging in Urban Image Making Symposium