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Limited edition of 50

- Photograph, C-print on Fuji Matte

- The print is signed and numbered.

- Sold framed.

Shown mounted on archival board, then framed in a walnut deep-set frame. The frame is 1 in deep and 1/2 in wide on the face. The print is 3.3 x 4.9 in, and the mount is 8 x 12 in. Sold framed. Edition of 50 prints only.


A City of Broken Relationships is an assemblage of found objects in the city. An Ironing Board and a Type-writer; two Strangers and a Chair. The installation questions the broken, or fragile, relationships in our social fabric and raises awareness of sustainable re-purposing in our current climate. These photographs are the transcript.
Limited edition of 50

- Photograph, C-print on Fuji Matte

- The print is signed and numbered.

- Sold framed.

Shown mounted on archival board, then framed in a walnut deep-set frame. The frame is 1 in deep and 1/2 in wide on the face. The print is 3.3 x 4.9 in, and the mount is 8 x 12 in. Sold framed. Edition of 50 prints only.


A City of Broken Relationships is an assemblage of found objects in the city. An Ironing Board and a Type-writer; two Strangers and a Chair. The installation questions the broken, or fragile, relationships in our social fabric and raises awareness of sustainable re-purposing in our current climate. These photographs are the transcript.
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A City of Broken Relationships No. 4 - Limited Edition of 50
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A City of Broken Relationships No. 4 - Limited Edition of 50 Photograph

Lisa Chan

United Kingdom

Photography, C-type on Paper

Size: 8 W x 12 H x 1 D in

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Limited edition of 50 - Photograph, C-print on Fuji Matte - The print is signed and numbered. - Sold framed. Shown mounted on archival board, then framed in a walnut deep-set frame. The frame is 1 in deep and 1/2 in wide on the face. The print is 3.3 x 4.9 in, and the mount is 8 x 12 in. Sold framed. Edition of 50 prints only. A City of Broken Relationships is an assemblage of found objects in the city. An Ironing Board and a Type-writer; two Strangers and a Chair. The installation questions the broken, or fragile, relationships in our social fabric and raises awareness of sustainable re-purposing in our current climate. These photographs are the transcript.

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Size:8 W x 12 H x 1 D in

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Lisa Chan is an artist from Hong Kong, currently living in London where she runs a small art and architecture studio, Local Collective. Her work is about documenting London’s inner peripheries through assembling collections of fragments, accidental spaces and incomplete stories. She works with techniques of collage, bricolage and assemblage to dissect her observations of London as Found. She believes that such processes of simultaneity between partial removal, cutting and stitching will reveal understandings of the city as a product of frictions, misfits, chances and collisions.The objects and images of her work are somewhere between the imaginary and the real, the misplaced and the inherent. What they form is a playfully ambiguous yet technically refined architectural fiction.

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