The mediums used to create the visual images were a series of drawings and paintings on paper, glass and canvas, as well as photographs used in re-enactment and then digitally manipulated. The core of the investigatory project used drawing and painting as a means to interrogate fine art's potential to address the hidden history of class in one London Borough. 

The research began a process of revealing traces of occluded working class history, the existence of the working class and in particular, occupations such as tanning, brewing and building that were central to the identity of Kingston in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 

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