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Artist's description:

Belfast is still growing as a city. It is trying to make up for the period of time during the 'Troubles' that lasted from 1969 to the mid 90's. During this time there was very little investment into the city, but since the cease fires and the Good Friday Agreement the tide has turned. Part of this involves the demolition and rebuilding of whole swathes rundown parts of the city. In fact whole communities have been uprooted for redevelopment and remains a controversial topic.

'Attic Space' comes from one of a set of photographs I took a few years ago of a site of this demolition and restructuring right in the middle of the city. All these once buildings laid bare, exposing the slightest hint of the lives of people that had once called these ruins home.

Materials used:

acrylic, sawdust, pva, paper, emulsion paint, pen



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This artwork is sold by Anna Donovan from United Kingdom

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