21 November 2011

London, March 2011

At the beginning of March Hund & Horn are invited to participate in an exhibition in London. The show which is curated by artist and free curator Richard Ducker is called "Smoke on the water". It features our films "Tomatoheads" and "Dropping Furniture".

I take up the opportunity and visit London. The weather in early March is rather cold but it also sunny. I stroll around town and photograph buildings which catch my attention, as for example the Barbican:

Close to Tate Modern and next to a Brutalist hospital tower a skyscraper is going up...

while in the vicinity of Elephant & Castle a few inhabitants of the Heygate Estate defy eviction...

The Heygate, a social housing complex built in the early 70ies, consists of six huge blocks. At the time of writing it is being demolished. Remnants of the TV-era still remain on the facade...


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