With every action architecture changes – 2015

This work considers the way information is read, be it from photograph, architecture, text or history, and how none can be independent of the others. Inspired by both the 1996 IRA Aldwych bus bomb which smashed the windows of The India Club on the Strand and discrete stairway which leads to space from the pavement, the processes of countries attempting to break away from the British Empire is explored.

The installation includes archive photographic images and text positioned in relation to The India Club’s architecture and the view of Aldwych from the windows.

The India Club was a site-specific project designed to coincide with Photo London, initiated by Specular Assembly, a collective I am a member of.