Edition of five hundred and fifty, 2015
Architectural plans, photographs by a former resident, drawings by Brennan and essays chart the sociopolitical status of Robin Hood Gardens, built as a council housing estate in Poplar,
East London. An exploration informed by local residents into lived-in Brutalism and the personal impact of redevelopment. Recorded interviews and doormat rubbings – form a starting point for engaging conversations.
Acquired by the Oslo National Academy of the Arts Library, the Met, MoMA, the SAIC Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, Rhode Island School of Art and Design and Chelsea UAL.