Felicity Hammond
Public Protection, Private Collection – 2016


Space In Between is delighted to present Public Protection, Private Collection; the first solo show of London-based artist Felicity Hammond.

Using stolen ballast from local sites of luxury development, rendered images from advertising boards and the raw materials associated with construction and regeneration, Hammond’s new and sprawling installation addresses the complex make-up of the urban fabric.


At 7pm on Wednesday 16th November Owen Hatherley and Douglas Murphy will discuss ideas around the abandonment of the utopian city in favour of cyber space, the use of architectural propositions and the relationship between their warped and pixilated nature with the potential future ruin of the city at the gallery.

This exhibition is generously supported by Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts.