Posts tagged with ‘Princelet Street’

  • Rodinsky’s Room

    In 1980 a remarkable discovery was made in the attic rooms above a disused synagogue in the former Jewish quarter of East London. An abandoned room was unlocked for the first time in twenty years, frozen in time, with everything more or less in its original state, even down to porridge on the stove and the imprint of a head on a pillow. Tucked inside books scattered around the room.

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  • Rodinsky’s Whitechapel

    Rodinsky’s Whitechapel (Artangel, 1999) was commissioned as part of the INNERcity series, which encouraged writers and artists to excavate a range of urban environments and to contemplate the changing nature of the city and the counterpoint between narrative and place, between language and location.

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