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The Physical Fabric of Cities @ Carmel by the Green

© Lewis Bush, Metropole

© Lewis Bush, Metropole

The Physical Fabric of Cities
4 Aug – 26 Sept

Opening reception: 4 August, 6pm – 9pm

Lewis Bush
Victoria Jouvert
Tim Palman
Willie Robb

For hundreds of years, capital and power have flowed through London, shaping its streets, structures, and societies. The fortune and character of different areas has ebbed and waned, depending on the politics and policies of the day, and the cultural life of the people who call the city home. Urban regeneration, for some, is about breathing new life into an area which has long been neglected or forgotten about by the wealthy and powerful. But for those already living in these areas, who face being swept out of their neighbourhood by these ‘winds of change’, regeneration means something entirely different. In biological terms, regeneration refers to the formation of new plant or animal tissue – the reparation and binding, rather than dispersion, of life.

Carmel by the Green
287a Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 0EL


Location: England, London, United Kingdom Type:

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