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White City (2007)

This project looks at the differences between imagined possibilities and reality through the eyes of a migrant. Lunar House is perceived as the front line of Britain’s immigration service and is, for many people, the first step in a quest to be accepted into a carefully-regulated ‘inside State.’

The building which houses the UK Border Agency, a fearfully drab concrete slab of bureaucracy in East Croydon, is placed in relation to two almost symmetrical portraits of Leon, a blonde British child.

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