copryright @ lorenza ippolito

copryright @ lorenza ippolito

 

This is a work-in-progress I started a years ago when Woodrow from Permanent Gallery gave me access to the basement of a Regency Townhouse in Brunswick Square. This basement had been the residence of a women that worked caring for retired vicars. The flat was cold and damp with stone floors, a cellar still containing wine bottles, a meat pantry. But most impressive the kitchen was in its original state with a huge skylight.

This piece is about female representation. The images were taken through the partition of the meat pantry. More stuff to be discussed. Let me know what you think. Any comments are welcome.

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