Category Archives: Rivers and People

Ken White interview Sept 2011

Ken White interview Ken White is a widely published author of local environmental, social and geographical issues. For much of his adult life Ken has cycled around the south London area collecting snippets of information and drawing the scenery in … Continue reading

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The Bruise – Booth’s poverty mapping as art

Charles Booth’s poverty map of London in 1898 depended on a strict colour legend to depict deprivation in the capital. Taken as a whole, the map reveals concentrated areas of poverty, the most extreme in black, to create a picture … Continue reading

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