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Analytical Observations of Whitechapel, London



May / 2019
6 books analysing Whitechapel ︎
︎ Research-led / Photography

    1. 59 Brick Lane
    2. Whitechapel Market
    3. Whitechapel in Ten Buildings
    4. Fucked Found Fonts
    5. Circle
    6. Shutter Emergency in E1



The “Analytical Observations of Whitechapel, London” series is a visual celebration of the Whitechapel area in East London. My morning commute involves walking through the area, and this brought up a thought, how much information was I missing out on in my ten minute walk? I attempted many approaches to intake as much visual information as possible. With a fresh pair of eyes, I uncovered information that had been hiding in plain sight.



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59 Bricklane ︎
Depicts the different immigration waves that went through the area.
A single building which has been adopted by three different religions: A church, a Synagogue, and a Mosque.







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Whitechapel Market︎
A meticulous evidencing of the market’s daily existence, from start at 6am to finish at 7pm. 





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Whitechapel in Ten Buildings︎
Architecture physicalises history. My walks are marked by the buildings that have impacted the culture of the neighbourhood. In this publication I compare both past and present of these prominent sites.


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Fucked Found Fonts︎
Typography around Whitechapel that has seen better days.









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Circle︎
An excersise in stripping down the visual information available, and focusing only on shapes: circles found in Whitechapel. 
















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Shutter Emergency in E1︎
A collection of the shutter repair advertisment stickers found on a single street in Whitechapel.



Mark