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Damien Hewetson: ‘Photos from this time could be historically significant’

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These photos are such an important record of our extraordinary time. I wrote a blog piece for the Architecture Club website "Touching the Void : Art and Architecture in the Time of Pandemic" in which I wrote "Cities do not function on emptiness. Yet this de Chiricoesque void in our cities allows us to appreciate them differently. Though symptomatic of the suspension of normal life, the present has an important transitory aesthetic state which I hope can somehow be recorded visually as part of a social and architectural historical record of now." A book or an exhibition in due course surely! Keith R Williams founder + director design : Keith WIlliams Architects

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29 May, 2020

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10:27 am

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