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A Slice of London - Below Ground (Film)

I made ‘A Slice of London – Below Ground’ as the film component to my investigation into my research question on social mobility: How can a physical space be socially mobile? 134 more words

Cities

A seat on the Jubilee Line.

Early on the morning of November 26th, 2014, I took the Jubilee Line from Stanmore to Stratford, again. However, rather than photographing down the central aisle… 357 more words

Cities

Comparative poem

Comparatively
our lives
may be
tedious

Small
Uninteresting

Comparative
to whatever in
our worlds
we ascribe

immensity to
The greener grass

The art grant
Comparative… 178 more words

Image

Dollis Hill

Dollis Hill first opened on the 1st October 1909 on the Metropolitan Railway. In 1931 it was renamed as Dollis Hill and Gladstone Park, however it reverted to its original name two years later. 395 more words

Underground Stations

Jubilee Line

Jubilee Line:-

  • First operated: 1979
  • Length: 36.2KM
  • Number of Stations: 27
  • Map Colour: Silver
Annual Tube Run

Social Mobility: Stanmore to Stratford (second attempt)

In my first post detailing my attempt to understand social-mobility by observing the different strata of society I outlined in a fairly potted way my reasoning for using the tube as a means to observe. 954 more words

Social Mobility: Stanmore to Stratford (Trial run)

How can a space be socially mobile? In order to find out I decided to ride around on the underground system with a camera and sound recorder, whilst trying not to look too suspicious. 363 more words