Unspoken Revolution

"Through design we can change stories"

Concept Statement: Louisa Evangelina Cole

The question I asked: ‘What is the most repetitive thing you come across?’

The pride of young men.

I have layered materials to represent the repetitiveness with in Homelessness. The letters spell pride and are placed in an abstract way. Most of us do not come across the inward facing of homelessness, which is the reason and reality of why young men are homeless. Most of us come across the outward response; The repetitiveness of them asking the same question

‘Spare any change please?’

The repetitiveness of the same response…Our response.

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This entry was posted on February 8, 2013 by .
Screening: Dark Days & The Hermitage @ Stories BarFebruary 2nd, 2014
Stories Bar, 30 – 32 Broadway Market, E8 4QJ
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