Felicity Hammond creates digital representations of the built environment to critique the rapidly changing face of her hometown, London. Here she talks about how her family’s relationship with the east-end of the city and its fading industrial past has shaped her work.
Directed by Lydia Garnett Art Direction by Ned Alderwick Editing by Ned Alderwick Cinematography by Archie Sinclair Music by Krzysztof Kozber Produced in partnership with Grey Moth
Published as part of the featured project:
A Global Sense of Place
by Felicity Hammond
By creating expansive sculptural photographs and installations, Felicity Hammond questions our relationship to both the digital and physical world.
“...archival photographs are essential for transmitting history and experience to new generations, because stories that contain images generate empathy, and will reach younger people in a more emotional way.“