This section of the 33 Book would map parts of London most familiar to me...it would be entirely rendered in words, the streets would be replaced with adjectives. A typographic double page spread with an emotional and resonant map of a city remembered. The resultant illustration might be similar to the piece about nationality (described below), however it would be more specific to my interaction with and feelings about some specific places in London.
I think this piece would be about the levels and layers of urban decay...the palimpsest of the city, like an infinitely revised musical score. The city that formed the basis of 'resonant city' - an installation created in collaboration with Kevin Carter and Greyworld in Hoxton before I left for Sydney.