Work developed as part of my research and development project "anyone, anywhere" - a socially engaged project exploring working-class narratives.
The piece was a conscious effort to articulate the tension inherent in working-class lives. Middle- and upper-class stereotypes of the working-class often fixate on ignorance, violence, drugs or criminality. I wanted to examine the precarious nature of working-class experience through a juxtaposition of domestic imagery and industrial processes. .