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© the artist. Photo credit: Anka Dabrowska

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Dabrowska created a series of eleven sculptures based on the shapes and architecture of The Old Royal London Hospital. Tiny jewel-like constructions are made from scraps of packaging, photos and found material. The drawings, which form part of her installation, refer to images found in and around the local area and reflect the vibrancy of the street life of Whitechapel. By bringing in traces of the old hospital, the artwork celebrates Royal London Hospital’s transition into its new building.

Royal London Hospital





paper, found wallpaper, spray paint & glue


H 37 x W 15 x D 15 cm

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Royal London Hospital

Whitechapel, London, Greater London E1 1BB England

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