The Gaddesden Diary
The Gaddesden Diary is a project named after a society magazine first established in 1955, written to spread the news about the different clubs and community events in the Hertfordshire village, Little Gaddesden.
This work acts as an archaeological dig into the village’s past and collages the relics with the present. It combines multigenerational portraits, archival imagery and reinterpretations of local history, presented together in a printed publication and VR exhibition.
Rozi Lane. Level 3, 20/21.