Laura Oldfield Ford, born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, is a London-based artist and writer. She completed a BA in Painting at the Slade, 2001 and an MA in Painting at the RCA, 2007. Her work is concerned with issues surrounding contested space, landscape, architecture and memory. She is interested in the dérive as a means of mapping territory along the lines of social antagonism. She is author of Savage Messiah (2011).
From ‘Seroxat, Smirnoff, THC’
Art. The painted records of a year’s investigative walking of the London/Surrey borders.
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