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Hackney Flowers

Stephen Gill
Archive of Modern Conflict
Artists' Books
22 × 28.6 cm
114 pages
Collage, Photography

In Hackney Flowers, Stephen Gill has again used his east London surroundings as the inspiration for his work. This time he has collected flowers, seeds, berries and other objects from various locations in Hackney, pressed them in his studio and photographed them alongside his own photographs and found ephemera. Some of the base photographs were also buried in Hackney Wick, and the consequent staining and decay has left its imprint upon the images, stressing the collaboration with place. A parallel series within the book shows members of the Hackney public with floral details imposed upon their person.

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