M–F: 8 am–6 pm; Sa&Su: 9 am–5 pm
East West explores interrelationships within the everyday, mostly urban environment, observing markings, cultural symbols, iconic objects, and imagery related to urban development.
Construction hoarding and parcel identifiers are largely recognized as signifiers of impending change, and the bulldozer, which knows no distinction, blurs the boundaries between east and west, inverting our perception of above and below and subject and object relationships.
The works transcend the local topic to explore universal themes of history, memory, loss, and transformation and our deeply rooted interconnectedness with land and the environment.
Supported by a London Drugs Printing Grant.