A rendered image of a private spa that has not yet been built is fused with concrete and dirt and grime from the site. Hammond is interested in the boundaries between the public-facing images of new developments and the exclusivity they promote. She suggests that future ‘exclusive’ luxury may also lead to future ruin in the urban landscape.
Inkjet print on acrylic, concrete, breeze-block, foam, 80 x 40 x 28 cm
April 2017 – November 2019 at Digital Catapult, London
Felicity Hammond is an artist and educator based in London. She is currently undertaking TECHNE funded research in the Contemporary Art Research Centre at Kingston University on digital representations of the built environment and their relationship…