The Rats’ Republic: A Walk in Walthamstow Taking Note of Manhole Covers and Other Entrances to the World Beneath Our Feet

9781910578049The Rats’ Republic
A Walk in Walthamstow Taking Note of Manhole Covers and Other Entrances to the World Beneath Our Feet

Published April 2015
ISBN 978-1-910578-04-9
A3 fold out map
Author – Dean Reddick
Editor – Alban Low
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This Walthamstow based short walk begins at Vestry House Museum goes past St Mary’s Church and The Ancient House and takes in The Nags Head Pub. The map indicates the site of manhole covers on part of the route. Covers in the road are not included and the route assumes walking on the left hand of the road. The Rat’s Republic refers to the underneath of our city. To the sewers and cables, tunnels and Underground train system. Every day millions of people enter this underworld to travel. The world beneath our feet contains water and gas, our electricity and a proliferation of telecommunication cables.

20%_6_Dean_Reddick_The Rats Republic Map Page finalDean Reddick is an Artist and Art Therapist based in Walthamstow and creator of the famous Hidebird installation along Barrett Road, E17, UK.

To see more of Dean’s work visit his website at…
http://deanreddick.blogspot.co.uk/

This map was first exhibited at the ‘On the map’ exhibition at the Sunbury Embroidery Gallery, Sunbury-on-Thames in 2015.

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