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Event Description

Sutton's Blueprint is a new moving image work by artist Pia Jaime. Created from over 1,800 unique cyanotype prints, this fascinating work draws on archive and new imagery, making connections between the past and the present day. The result is a living, breathing, constantly changing representation of the London Borough of Sutton. Visit to view the full work in Whitehall's atmospheric attics, and to see a small display about how the work was created.

When

Thursday 7 December 2023 at 10:00AM Add to Calendar

Contact

020 8770 4740

Where

Whitehall Historic House
1 Malden Road
Cheam
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Event Partner

This exhibition is part of Sutton STEAMs Ahead. It is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and supported by The Cultural Impact Award by The Mayor of London.

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