text by Esme James, Mike Butscher, Rajiv Bendre
edited by Sean Williams and Emily Butler
This catalogue booklet with detachable postcards and its accompanying exhibition Den Ol Bod Ose are the culmination of a six month long project that has used photography to document one element of a significant period of West African history. They offer a record of the fast disappearing Creole Architecture of Freetown, Sierra Leone. The 14 page booklet is part of a wider archival project and its two 1,500 word texts offer a historical and a personal perspective to complement the 12 colour photographs taken by Tim Hetherington and Sullivan Khallon.