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City of Dust links walking and memory to explore the history of London and to ask what is being lost to the frenetic redevelopment that currently characterises the city. it takes as its inspiration the mnemonist Soloman Shereshevsky (1886-1958), one of the few people documented to have possessed a near perfect memory.
The photographs in City of Dust are designed to be read as a visual memory palace, a series of prompts for an undelivered speech about London's history and the diminishing traces of the past, which cling on hidden in the grey in-between spaces of an increasingly sanitised generic city.
210 x 290 mm