This art project takes its inspiration from the borough of the City’s London ancient defensive wall built by the Romans around Londinium. Today only remains a long busy road bearing the name.

Each “paving stone” is made using photos Hambro took in the area on one part, the other is formed using pages of a 1860s  copy of the London Illustrated magazine, thus making a further reference to the history of the city.

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Willums art residency
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