White walled and well lit, a room where a colour marks time.
The other carpeted with books, papers and photos that yield to the touch.
The private and the public as one.
What is this leviathan, this eco-horror of blood lust and power?
What is this Euro-vision of 1960s planning replete with Biba and coffee shops?
Moby Dick and the Lancaster West Estate.
Real and imagined.
Complex texts and spaces for the making of art.
Fourth report on Lancaster Road West Area 2. Clifford Wearden and Associates, 1964. Unknown artist. Kindly reproduced by RBKC Local Studies and Archives.
Lancaster West Estate will feature in a forthcoming short film, Vision of Paradise. This was made during my V&A Museum Community Artist residency and will be shown at the Portobello Film Festival.