Dana Ariel 'De-listed': Artist Portfolio

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Abstract

Dana Ariel's Delisted has been published as part of the Viewpoint Photography and Landscape.
'Delisted' is a series of photographic work created in 2012. The images depict the search for architectural elements in London that had been delisted from the English Heritage over the last 10 years. Following a list received by the English Heritage the artist devised paths that took her from one location to the next, each time marking certain areas in the city. The list contained addresses of what has now been historically and culturally forgotten, discarded and erased. This also entails the shifting of property from the public to the private domain, allowing people to renovate or alter the fabric of the building once it is no longer of recognised cultural value. The photographs of the delisted series depict the artist's search for the erased architecture. A search resembling a ghost hunt - searching for what is in the process of being erased or is no longer there.

Original languageEnglish
TypeArtist Portfolio
Media of outputOnline webpage
PublisherThe Photographers Gallery
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 16 Jun 2018

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