Eleven Privatised Public Assets
210 x 300 mm
Eleven Privatised Public Assets, made and published by Lewis Bush, consists of satellite maps of vast formerly state owned enterprise, since sold off to the private sector. A4 (A3 when opened), printed on 100gsm satin paper and staple bound.
About the Artist
Born in London, Lewis Bush studied at the University of Warwick, worked as a consultant researcher for the United Nations HIV/AIDS taskforce, and then started to develop his own projects from 2012 onwards. His work looks for ways to visualise powerful agents, practices and technologies, and the links that connect them. He does this via a variety of media and platforms – using photography, text, video, data visualisation, exhibitions, books, films, and apps. Bush’s body of work is prolific he has exhibited, published, and taught internationally.