James Duncan Clark
Direction of Travel

Edition of 400

Direction of Travel documents a landscape still in transition on the periphery of London’s Olympic Park. Using photographs and found ephemera from the streets of east London, the body of work questions the commonly accepted narrative and seeks to distance itself from the communal endorphins supplied by the transitory Olympic spectacle. It attempts to grapple with the everyday and the commonplace, and explores the complex relationship between the landscape and its inhabitants during a time of radical change.


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