In Place of Hate: Edmund Clark’s new work from Grendon prison

From the introduction of In Place of Hate: Edmund Clark’s new work from Grendon prison by Miranda Green, published in FT Weekend Magazine: “The award-winning artist has spent years working on projects about incarceration and control but, as Grendon’s artist-in-residence, he spent an intense two or more days a week on the inside, beginning in 2014. There he made his own work in response to the prison environment, and facilitated art made by the men as part of their intensive psychotherapy and rehabilitation.”

For the full article please visit the Financial Times website.

Image: An inmate’s intervention on a photograph of himself made with Clark.

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