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Paul Hodgson 'Blueprints for modern life'

Paul Hodgson 'Blueprints for modern life'

Paul Hodgson 'Blueprints for modern life'

Artist in residence - Second Floor               Until Saturday 7th April


This series of Blueprints investigate the contradiction between the planned and the unplanned, the virtual and the real, highlighting the tragic, comic and inspiring relationship we have to our environment. It seems designed visions can only exist in a vacuum, devoid of any human interaction; because once humanity is introduced it adapts, distorts and often shatters that vision. 

Paul Hodgson graduated with a Fine Art degree from Goldsmiths College in 1991. He has work in the British Council Collection and Damien Hirst’s collection.


  • A Site for Sore Eyes

  • Boulevard

  • Edith

  • Good Transport Links

  • Grenfell Tower

  • Guillotine

  • Liquid Bomb Factory

  • Momart

  • My Point of View

  • Newport Street Gallery

  • Playground

  • Pylon

  • Retail Opportunity

  • Suicide Bridge

  • Tate Modern

  • The Guggenheim of Suburbia

  • The Hospital Club

  • The Rapture of E17