Delisted is a series of photographic work created in 2012 by the artist Dana Ariel. The images depict the search for architectural elements in London that had been delisted from the English Heritage over the last 10 years.
Dana Ariel is an artist and a lecturer in photography, critical studies and visual culture. She is currently completing her Research Degree at the Slade School of Fine Art with a studentship awarded by the London Arts and Humanities Partnership. In her research entitled ‘Sites of Unlearning: Encountering Perforated Ground’ she experiments with the printing processes of photographs and hybrid printmaking techniques, video, abstract concepts of drawing lines and text works in order to highlight the ambiguity in language and the ability to see in order to create sites for ‘unlearning.’ Dana received her MFA with distinction from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2013 and BFA with distinction in 2009 from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. Her work has been exhibited internationally in various venues and events including: Encountering Perforated Ground, Brighton Photo Fringe Festival, Phoenix Brighton; Broken Ground, Neo Gallery 22; International Print Biennial, Newcastle; 12 Star Gallery and Roaming Room, London; Florentin 45, Tel-Aviv; Gallery 61, Bielefeld, Germany.