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Westway Limited Edition 11/50

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Westway Limited Edition 11/50 Photograph

Amelia Lancaster

United Kingdom

Photography, Giclée on Paper

Size: 16.5 W x 10.6 H x 0.4 D in

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Giclee print from B&W negative signed Limited Edition 11/50 Edition from Analogue archival inks on 310gsm cartridge paper (German Etching). Image 31cm x 16cm on 42cm x 27cm paper The Westway: West London’s concrete tributary, an artery carrying traffic into and out of the centre of the city. It is estimated that approximately 5,000 families lost their homes for each mile of the Westway constructed. As a child living locally in the 70s, the undeveloped space near Royal Oak was a rough playing ground; later I used to cycle this passage to school every day. During my first term studying architecture at Manchester University at a '40 under 40’ event I made a collage of the potential use for the space underneath as a sculpture park which was published in the Architects Journal. The area to the left in this picture has now all been developed into the Paddington Basin with luxury flats and offices. Development has cut off the shafts of light visible here.

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Photography Print:Giclée on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:50

Size:16.5 W x 10.6 H x 0.4 D in

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The rigour of my Architectural and Set Design background has informed my work. I am interested in transforming architecture through spatial abstraction. Contrast and colours are manipulated to accentuate the shapes and structure and sometimes create ambiguous spaces. In my 'Beautiful Brutalism' series I was drawn to austere and unpeopled locations to create these concrete compositions. Negative space is also explored to see configuration beyond the human eye. Currently working as 'Artist in Residence' for Brent Council, London documenting the Regeneration of South Kilburn.

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