Drawing on themes of concealment and revealment, the installation becomes a place of reflection and curiosity echoing the Edwardian past, bringing this into the present day. Through the use of found objects, imagery, embellishment and sound, the space acts as a place where the intangible becomes tangible.
The cloakroom is a space of concealment, which could provide a means or place of hiding. Revealing details from the past unites two contrasting concepts, by giving small glimpses into hidden corners.
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