WALL part 2
textile piece, map, video
An ongoing multi-layered project stemming from an interest in the remaining few fragments of the London Roman wall that encircled and marked the boundary of the city of London, and attempting to trace these Roman ruins through a variety of methods – mapping, walking, photographing. This series marks the beginning of attempting to explore these ideas of fragmentation, ruin, as well as the city as a palimpsest – the historical existing beneath or within the modern day construct of London, as well as the visible archaeology of the city as the layers are collapsed. Part 2 comprises of experimental psychogeographical walks, mapping, video-making and a textile work.