Battersea South-West Original, 2013

 

Lucinda Grange explores the limits of the built environment, accessing places and spaces that are for most unseen, hidden or simply out-of-bounds. Grange has climbed and accessed some of the world’s most iconic structures, often at night and without permission, to capture images of the cityscapes below.

 

On hearing that the original chimneys of Battersea Power Station were soon to be demolished and replaced with modern replicas, Grange and a small group of companions set out to climb and document the original south-west chimney.

 

Grange describes the experience: ‘One of us had been there previously and spent an entire night painstakingly climbing the chimney and rigging a rope in order to invite the rest of us to come back and climb it. I went first, and after the mental high from the physical high had settled, I crossed the rooftop and climbed to the base of the north-west chimney to shot this image of the next pair climbing the south-west chimney, the original south-west chimney.’

 

Granges work often raises questions about access and ownership in the urban environment.

 

C-Type print on Fujicolour Crystal Archive DPII Gloss
Paper size: 30.5 x 25.5cms
Print size: 28.5 x 19cms
Edition of 80

Signed and numbered by the artist

 

£200 unframed

Lucinda Grange | Battersea South-West Original

£200.00Price

C-Type print on Fujicolour Crystal Archive DPII Gloss
Paper size: 30.5 x 25.5cms
Print size: 28.5 x 19cms
Edition of 80
Signed and numbered by the artist

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