Clare Holdstock graduated from Camberwell College of Arts in 2014 with First Class Honours. Living and studying in London, she became fascinated by notions of utopia, namely, the Modernist architectural project of the first half of the twentieth century. Her work and writing address the disjuncture between the initial utopianism of the Modernist project, and the consequent stigmatisation and denigration of the Modernist council estates that stemmed from it. She is currently living in Hull, her hometown, where she is developing her artistic practice.
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