The regeneration process, which will completely transform Elephant and Castle in London, strongly affects the territory and the landscape. The main focus
is the demolition of old buildings and the construction of new, almost futuristic, houses, blocks and skyscrapers.
This body of work explores this concept trying to look at Elephant and Castle with the eyes of the local residents. To many of the people
living there, the regeneration appears to be something imposed and that will eliminate many little nice places, such as community gardens or
playgrounds, or useful garages without providing new parking spaces. To them, Elephant and Castle is not an ugly and dangerous place as it is
known all over London.
With my photographs I tried to mirror the regeneration process,consisting in a de-construction and re-construction of the landscape.