Wednesday, 18 June 2014
Liverpool Art Prize 2014
Tabitha Jussa’s socio-political photographic work has captured match-day crowds and abandoned social housing estates. Her recent large–scale compositions examine whether physical spaces and buildings define who we are. Her entry intends to build upon this body of work by examining how other UK councils have dealt with mass displacement and empty housing with a view to a comparison between the UK, Europe and the rest of the globe.
[picture and text from LAP website: http://liverpoolartprize.com/]