James Smith: London Overspill
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London Overspill (2008-2014) brings together a collection of James Smith's photographs investigating post-war built landscape, concentrating on the architecture of Basildon, Bletchley, Corby, Harlow, Hatfield, Hemel Hempstead, Luton, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Peterborough and Stevenage. An oeuvre that spans the best part of a decade, Smith challenges our perception of the landscape as a permanent physical presence. Written responses to the work have been made by Owen Hatherley, Matthew Shaul and Eugenie Shinkle; touching on the architectural, social and political aspects of London Overspill.
After completing an MA Photography (2012) at the Royal College of Art, Smith has gone on to be shown in both solo and group exhibitions across the UK. Underpinning his current research and practice is a debate regarding the architecture of territory and the projection of politics, through aesthetic and cultural definitions of geographic positioning within the English landscape.
Edition of 400
19 x 27 cm
Soft back folded cover
Inside pages on Nova Silk 150 gsm and Munken white 120 paper. Full colour offset litho