Karin’s work Reinvented was selected by Tower Bridge in partnership with Southwark Arts Forum for this exhibition which took place at Tower Bridge in London for seven months in the spring and summer starting on 8th March 2016. Karin exhibited this work for the first time.
This work brings together, in one created image, the history of the locality on the south-east side of Tower Bridge: The formal arrangements of the photographs reference the squares of Butlers Wharf, the bridge road and the structure of cranes that once lined the wharves. The travelling crane rails live on in the photograph of the cladding of a contemporary building in Shad Thames; the inserted photograph of a bollard, removed from the Thames wall as the locality reinvented itself, witnesses the maritime history of the area. Bringing together what seems separate or fragmented is, for me, a bridge to a deeper understanding, and using as my medium an ordinary photograph challenges what has merit. For information on the exhibition click here.
Multiples of two photographs on sprayed MDF board
h 198 cm x w 103 cm
to be framed under glass