Research Folder Part 4

This is an archive of online material, physical books and artists that I’ve researched while conducting Contextual Studies Part 4, compiled in one place.

Online Reading:

Age of the Image: Series 1, episode 1 (2020) [Television programme] BBC iPlayer 02/03/2020. At: (Accessed 04/06/2020).

Here is my reflection on that television programme: Age of the Image : Series 1, Episode 1

Age of the Image: Series 1, episode 2 (2020) [Television programme] BBC iPlayer 09/03/2020. At: (Accessed 09/07/2020).

Here is my reflection on that television programme: Age of the Image: Series 1, Episode 2

Alexander, G. (2015) Is graffiti art? Or is it vandalism? At: (Accessed 23/07/2020).

Anthropocene (2016) ‘Liberate Tate’ In: Anthropocene 01/04/2016. At: (Accessed 06/06/2020).

Bell, J. (2016) ‘’Anti-gentrification’ message appears on harbour wall at Deptford Creek’ In: Newshopper 23/03/2016. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Beswick, J. (2019) ‘Here’s how Britain’s broken housing system can be fixed in a decade’ In: The Guardian 01/082019. At: (Accessed 21/04/2020).

Bhasin, G. (2016) Graffiti- Art or Vandalism? At: (Accessed 18/07/2020).

Billard, J. (2017) Art & Gentrification: What is “Artwashing” and What Are Galleries Doing to Resist it? At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Butler, T. (2007) ‘Re‐urbanizing London Docklands: Gentrification, Suburbanization or New Urbanism?’ In: International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 31 (4) pp.759-781. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Campbell Works (2017) Estate Agency. At: (Accessed 16/06/2020).

Carpenter, J. (2014) Regeneration and the Legacy of Thatcherism. At: (Accessed 17/04/2020).

Coleman, A. (2016) ‘Community at the heart of UK urban regeneration’ In: Raconteur 27/03/2016. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Dyckhoff, T. (2018) ‘Let’s move to Deptford, south-east London: love it, hate it? Worry not.’ In: The Guardian 09/02/2018. At: (Accessed 23/07/2020).

Edelenbos, J. and Eshuis, J. (2009) ‘Branding in urban regeneration’ In: Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal 2 (3) pp.272-282. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Favermann, M. (2016) Artwashing: Gentrification or Cultural Enrichment? At: (Accessed 06/06/2020).

Ferrier, M. (2014) ‘Dalston is dead. Long live Deptford’ In: Evening Standard 23/10/2014. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Francis, A. (2017) ‘Artwashing’ gentrification is a problem – but vilifying the artists involved is not the answer’ In: The Conversation 05/10/2017. At: (Accessed 06/06/2020).

Fraser, C. (2018) ‘Iconic Deptford Anchor back in high street’ In: South London Press 06/02/2018. At: (Accessed 18/07/2020).

Golding, G. (s.d.) Welcome to the Fake. At: (Accessed 22/07/2020).

Grekos, M. (2019) Regeneration is not a dirty word – improving housing doesn’t always have to end with gentrification. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Hall, J. (2020) David Aylward – Interventions in Deptford. At: (Accessed 18/07/2020).

Hammond, F. (2016) Showroom: The Language of Living. At: (Accessed 23/07/2020).

Harling, R. (2017) Challenging the artwashing of social cleansing means calling out and critiquing artists involved. At: (Accessed 15/06/2020).

Hill, D. (2016) ‘Let’s get our gentrification story straight’ In: The Guardian 24/10/2016. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Holmes, K. (2016) It’s Not Just You: Euro Cities are Looking Strangely Familiar. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Iles, A. and Slater, J.B. (2009) NO ROOM TO MOVE: RADICAL ART AND THE REGENERATE CITY. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Jakeway, A. (2014) ‘We droopy the studio of rising art star Felicity Hammond, who explains her time-consuming construction landscapes…’ In: We Heart 12/11/2014. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Jansen, C. (2018) ‘The Painter Documenting London’s Social Housing’ In: Elephant 05/12/2018. At: (Accessed 19.07.2020).

Jansen, C. (2019) ‘’Future relics’: the painter capturing the beauty of council homes’ In: The Guardian 09/10/2019. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Jarvis, G. (2015) ‘Developer-speak: decoding the language of London’s property billboards’ In: The Guardian 02/10/2015. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Jarvis, S. (2005) ‘Building the brand: rebranding cities’ In: The Guardian 27/05/2005. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Landstrom, F. (2015) ‘An Interview with Felicity Hammond @ Unseen’ In: American Suburb X 16/09/2015. At: 9Accessed 29/07/2020).

Laws, F. (2014) Pembury 2014. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Lees, L. (2013) ‘Regeneration in London has pushed poor families out’ In: The Guardian 29/08/2013. At: (Accessed 17/04/2020).

Lees, L. (2018) Challenging the Gentrification of Council Estates in London. At: (Accessed 24/04/2020).

Macdonald, H. (2014) ‘Could those utopian hoardings for new developments get any more nauseating?’ In: The Guardian 25/09/2014. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Massie-Blomfield, A. (2014) ‘Art, Regeneration and the City’ In: Exeunt Magazine 28/07/2014. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Metcalf, S. (2017) ’Neoliberalism: the idea that swallowed the world’ In: The Guardian 18/08/2017. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Milman, O. (2018) ‘Deepwater Horizon disaster altered building blocks of ocean life’ In: The Guardian 28/06/2018. At: (Accessed 06/06/2020).

Minton, A. (2018) The Price of Regeneration. At: (Accessed 29/05/2020).

Mitman, T. (2013) ‘Why taggers hate Banksy’ In: New York Post 25/10/2013. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Monbiot, G. (2016) ‘Neoliberalism – the ideology at the root of all our problems’ In: The Guardian 15/04/2016. At: (Accessed 22/04/2020).

Moore, R. (2018) ‘Council housing: how Hackney has raised the game’ In: The Guardian 23/09/2018. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Mould, O. (2017) Why culture competitions and ‘art washing’ drive urban inequality. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Musca, T. (2017) How Developers Turned Graffiti Into a Trojan Horse For Gentrification. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Nicklin, H. (s.d.) ‘Artwashing’. At: (Accessed 15/06/2020).

Noble, R. (2009) ‘Introduction/The Utopian Impulse in Contemporary Art’ In: Noble, R. (eds.) Utopias. London: Whitechapel Gallery and The MIT Press. pp.12-19.

O’Sullivan (2014) ‘The Pernicious Realities of ‘Artwashing’’ In: CityLab 24/06/2014. At: (Accessed 16/06/2020). (s.d.) What is a hoarding and what is its purpose? At: (Accessed 29/05/2020). (2020) Instagram by the Numbers: Stats, Demographics and Fun Facts. At: (Accessed 20/05/2020).

Overin, L. (2014) A Love Letter to Deptford. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Peace, L. (2018) Is urban regeneration worth the effort? At: (Accessed 17/04/2020).

Peters, J. (2015) Are we becoming more visually literate? At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Phillips, T. (2016) ‘’This is just the start’: China’s passion for foreign property’ In: The Guardian 29/09/2016. At: (Accessed 28/05/2020).

Picardi, L. (2017) Familiar. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Polinovsky, I. (2013) The Power of Banksy Street Art. At: (Accessed 24/06/2020).

Porter, T. (2018) ‘Iconic Deptford Anchor back in high street’ In: South London Press 06/02/2018. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Prilenska, V. (2012) ‘City Branding as a Tool for Urban Regeneration: Towards a Theoretical Framework’ In: Architecture and Urban Planning 6 pp.12-16. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Pritchard, S. (2017a) Artwashing: Social Capital & Anti-Gentrification Activism. At: (Accessed 16/06/2020).

Pritchard, S. (2017b) Challenging the artwashing of social cleansing means calling out and critiquing artists involved. At: (Accessed 16/06/2020).

Saka, R. (2018) Friedrich Hundertwasser: “I Give Houses Back to the People”. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Salter, J. (2018) ‘From Henry Moore to the ’turd on the plaza’: when public art goes wrong’ In: The Telegraph 20/02/2018. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Small, A. (2016) ‘Keeping Track of London’s Worst Construction Site Ads’ In: Bloomberg CityLab 20/09/2016. At: (Accessed 24/06/2020).

Smedley, T. (2013) ‘Banksy, Gormley or Hirst: is public art good for the nation’s wellbeing?’ In: The Guardian 28/02/2013. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Southwark Notes (s.d.) HEYGATE ESTATE. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Southwark Notes (s.d.) HOW ARTISTS CAN WORK AGAINST REGENERATION. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Steer, E. (2019) ‘How Can Artists Help Us Tackle Gentrification?’ In: Elephant 17/05/2019. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Strasser, A. (2018) Deptford is Forever. At: (Accessed 18/07/2020).

Strasser, A. (2020) Deptford is Changing. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Takac, B. (2015) ‘Frank Laws: Celebration’ In: Widewalls 04/05/2015. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

The Street (2019) Directed by Nelson, Z. [Amazon Prime Video] At: (Accessed 11/06/2020).

The Ethics Centre (2017) ‘Ethics Explainer: The Panopticon’ In: The Ethics Centre 18/07/2017. At:,not%20they%20are%20being%20watched. (Accessed 09/07/2020).

The Telegraph (2009) ‘Banksy backlash as protest defaces ‘middle class’ grafitti’ In: The Telegraph 08/04/2009. At: (Accessed 26/06/2020).

Thorpe, M. (2014) ‘Is art still elitist?’ In: Raconteur 12/02/2014. At:’t.,elitist%2C%20that%20is%20a%20perception.&text=To%20fail%20to%20do%20this,and%20a%20form%20of%20discrimination. (Accessed 20/07/2020).

Ugelvig, J. (2016) One To Watch: Felicity Hammond. At: (Accessed 23/07/2020).

Urban Lab Films: The Street + Panel Discussion (2019) [Online Video] At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Wainwright, O. (2017a) ‘Urban public art: can it be more than a developer’s decoy strategy?’ In: The Guardian 10/02/2017. At: (Accessed 04/06/2020).

Wainwright, O. (2017b) ‘The property billboards that reveal the truth about Britain’s luxury housing market’ In: The Guardian 04/04/2017. At: (Accessed 28/05/2020).

Here is my reflection (with regards to billboards/hoardings and gentrification) on that essay: My Thoughts on ‘The property billboards that reveal the truth about Britain’s luxury housing market’ by Oliver Wainwright (2017)

Watch: Interview with HOUSE Festival selected artist Felicity Hammond (2016) [Video Interview] At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Watt, P. (2013) ‘‘It’s not for us’: Regeneration, the 2012 Olympics and the gentrification of East London’ In: City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action 17 (1) pp. 99-118. At: (Accessed 28/05/2020).

Waywell, C. (2018) How people power got the Deptford anchor back. At: (Accessed 18/07/2020).

Weaver, M. (2001) ‘Urban regeneration – the issue explained’ In: The Guardian 19/03/2001. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Wong, J.I. (2014) Gentrification Without Displacement in Shoreditch by Joon Ian Wong. At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).

Yeung, P. (s.d.) REGENERATION OR GENTRIFICATION? At: (Accessed 29/07/2020).


Minton, A. (2012) Ground Control. (2nd ed.) London: Penguin Books Ltd.

Strasser, A. (2020) Deptford is Changing. London: Anita Strasser.

Tallon, A. (2010) Urban Regeneration in the UK. (1st ed.) Oxon: Routledge.


David Aylward

Here is my reflection on the work of David Aylward: David Aylward – Interventions in Deptford

Alfred Hitchcock

Here is my reflection on the work of Alfred Hitchcock: Age of the Image: Series 1, Episode 2

Rear Window (1954) Directed by Hitchcock, A. [Film] California: Paramount Pictures.

Frank Hurley

Here is my reflection on the work of Frank Hurley: Age of the Image : Series 1, Episode 1

Hurley, F. (1917) The Raid. [Composite] At: (Accessed 10/06/2020).

Buster Keaton

Here is my reflection on the work of Buster Keaton: Age of the Image : Series 1, Episode 1

Sherlock Jr (1924) Directed by Keaton, B. [Amazon Prime Video] At: (Accessed 10/06/2020).

Jacques Henri Lartigue

Here is my reflection on the work of Jacques Henri Lartigue: Age of the Image : Series 1, Episode 1

Lartigue, J.H. (1924) Yvonne, Koko and Bibi. [Photograph] At: (Accessed 10/06/2020).

Frank Laws

Here is my reflection on the work of Frank Laws: Frank Laws

Laws, F. (2014) Pembury 2014. At: (Accessed 13/07/2020).

Laws, F. (2014) Pembury Youth Centre Workshops. 2014. Collaborative prints. [Chalk on Giclee Print] At: (Accessed 13/07/2020).

Gordon Parks

Here is my reflection on the work of Gordon Parks: Age of the Image: Series 1, Episode 2

Parks, G. (1956) Ondria Tanner and Her Grandmother Window-Shopping, Mobile, Alabama. [Photograph] At: (Accessed 09/07/2020).


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