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in a very specific way and so often it was about social history or politics and it didn't get a very interesting aesthetic treatment. We thought you could do so much more. "The original exhibition featured seven large colour photos by Chris and 12, plus a Nike Roshe Womens Black And Gold
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ureland Now in which Kippin and Wainwright revisit the ideas underpinning the original exhibition. If the political landscape has changed although the Conservatives, to all intents and purposes, are back in power so has technology, print and dark rooms having given way to digital technology which Wainwright and Kippin, ever the innovators, embraced. Elsewhere communism was crumbling. The Berlin Wall came down and Romanian president Ceausescu and his wife were summarily executed after a brief, bloody revolution. Apartheid's days were also numbered. FW de Klerk became president of South Africa, leading to the release from prison of his successor, Nelson Mandela. Here Margaret Thatcher introduced the Poll Tax in Scotland (leading to London riots the following year) and the Hillsborough tragedy signalled the end of football as we knew it. In Futureland, John and Chris focused on the North East although, as John points out now, they never set out to document things in a journalistic fashion. "You had (still have) the Side Gallery for that and I think, in a sense, we were reacting against it.
bill poster, by John. Much of the work was bright and brash, mimicking the advertising used to boost consumerism in Thatcherite Britain. John even put slogans on his photos. One showing a parachute display team landing in front of Alnwick Castle bears the legend ENGLISHISTORY, the letters coloured red, white and blue to spell out ENGLISH IS TORY. It's back on display and England is Tory once again, give or take the odd Lib Dem. You could say the pair took a contemporary art approach to photography, implying and suggesting things rather than baldly stating them.
it's intriguing to see the 80s fashions in that Alnwick Castle photo and to see how the new Metrocentre now just a shopping centre could be portrayed as a symbol of something faintly sinister, mounted police patrolling its packed car parks as people spent money they didn't have. In 1989, John Kippin told me: "I think what's happening is that the fairly solid core of the economy has been taken away and is being replaced by window dressing which suggests something is happening when it is not. "Chris said: "It's not that we're just a couple of raving lefties saying, 'Let's start the revolution tomorrow'. We were not setting out just to be controversial. The issues Nike Roshe Womens Camo are there, though, and we do want to see some kind of debate around them. "Cataclysmic revolutions, as we've seen, were round the corner and would shape the world we now inhabit. Professionally, the photographers have moved on. Professor Chris Wainwright is head of the colleges of Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledown, all part of the University of the Arts in London.
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