The South London Black Music Archive exhibition transformed Peckham Space into an 'open archive' which invited contributions from the public that aimed to celebrate, preserve and investigate South Londoners' personal relationships with moments in black music history. During the exhibition visitors texted their own contributions and stories which were printed in the gallery and added to the map. This continued the conversation and celebrated the places which comprise the fascinating and ongoing evolution of black music in South London.
The map was compiled from the artist's conversations with friends, family, musicians and music fans, the map acted as a growing record of black music landmarks in South London from venues and record shops to street corners and radio stations.
There are just 200 of these limited edition lithograph maps available. Every piece has been signed and numbered.
Size: 39cm x 64cm.
Print comes unframed