Rhianne Clarke

Rhianne Clarke

There’s Room Enough for Both of Us | My hometown is oMen thought of as a beautiful place, an anomaly. It is also a place that now exists in a state of impermanence, both fragile and fleeing. Having born witness to the drama9c changes The Royal Borough of Greenwich has undergone since the new millennium, London based photographer Rhianne Clarke conserves a part of her home during its mass regeneration.

'I have lived in Greenwich my whole life, as has my Mother before me. Greenwich has always been considered a beautiful place, a global spectacle steeped in history. The photographs seen here look away from this usual rendering, instead, exploring its urban issue. By cause of Greenwich’s rapid gentrification, many of the monuments to my childhood memories have been erased. These photographs shouldn't be seen as a document or record of gentrification, but instead an exploration of a moment in our 9me that only the locals of the area will encounter. www.rhianneclarke.com

 

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