Constructed portrait from images taken on the streets of the district of Bastille in central Paris.
The Bastille was a political prison (amongst other things) and represented royal authority. It was stormed on 14 July 1789 and its fall was the flashpoint of the French Revolution. A monument now marks where The Bastille once stood. These works are an acknowledgement of societal shifts, the echos that still linger in that space, the layering of history and my footsteps leaving a mark on wet cobbles, falling into the steps of those left by of generations before.
Digital fine art Giclée printLimited Edition of 15
Image size: 600mm x 848mm
Paper size: 700mm x 948mm
Printed onto 308 gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag 100% cotton paper. The museum quality paper has a smooth, felt-like surface. It is acid-free and lignin-free for highest age resistance and the Epson Ultrachrome HD UV pigmented inks offer the reassurance of image stability and long life prints 200+ years.