Brennan is a London-based British artist whose practice explores the representation of places through drawing and dialogue. A Fall of Ordinariness and Light takes the form of a series of four graphite drawings which respond to Robin Hood Gardens – the Brutalist social housing estate designed by Alison and Peter Smithson in the late 1960s.
A Fall of Ordinariness and Light – The Enabling Power, 2014. Graphite on paper (framed in aluminium). 57.5cm x 71.5cm. Commissioned for Progress by the Foundling Museum, 2014.