Habitually carrying her Leica camera, Matilde takes photographs around her neighbourhood in North London. She has selected a number of these images to enlarge and recreate as screen prints, hand-printing onto the challenging surface of a black plastic bin bag. The uneven surface of each of these art works emphasises the individuality as well as the ephemerality of each of our lives. She displays these as sculptural art works, filled with yesterday’s news and discarded packaging, to show how those in higher authority may view our lives as cheap, valueless and disposable. In sharp contrast, however, four of these works (including this one) are available in a very small edition and framed, so that each work of art is turned into something precious and revered.