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From the artist:
This painting is part of the series 'A portrait of London' - a love letter, also a satire mocking the human condition in contemporary London. This series operates in two planes: it proposes architectural interventions highlighting fundamental tensions of urban living, and paints them. Depicted here is an infrastructure embedded into the pedestrian pavement to formally facilitate begging. It was especially inspired by Millais's 'Ophelia' and includes nods to Jacques Tati and Rene Magritte.