The third print in a series of C-19 response prints, on Sunday the 10th of May, 7 weeks after the lockdown began, Boris Johnson UK PM, announced a gradual easing of lockdown, encouraging people to go back to work - if possible – to avoid public transport, some school students should expect to return to school – socially distanced, from the beginning of June – the government advice for the easing of the lockdown led to a change in slogan to STAY ALERT, CONTROL THE VIRUS, SAVE LIVES. Lockdown was evolving into a feeling of being locked in. Domestic violence rose. Many business unable to open, the fear still palpable and many still waiting for any furlough payments, or universal credit payments – over 2 million applicants, or self employed furlough status - @ home becoming a complex, complicated, limited freedom existence. £45 unframed, £55 framed, please get in touch to order a framed print.
Ref: C-19 III Locked In
Photographer: Rosie Burns