Sarah Parker Remond Centre


Nathaniel Télémaque

Racism and Racialisation

PhD group


Nathaniel Télémaque

Nathaniel Télémaque is a North West London born & raised visual artist, writer & PhD researcher who photographs and writes about ‘everyday things’ in various urban settings. His Project ‘Everyday Things: Visualising Black Millennial Experiences On The White City Estate (Geography Practice-Related PhD)’ visualises the experiences of a kinship group of Black millennials living on the White City Estate in Shepherds Bush, West London. The project combines two main methodologies. The first is an archival focused work, aimed at recovering the estate’s former imperial and colonial site, the Great White City Exhibition (1908) but also more recent histories of the estate.  The second is a form of co-produced photographic research undertaken with Black millennials (aged 23 to 32) currently living on the White City estate. His practice-related research facilitates site-specific dialogues focused on archival visualisations associated with the estate and Black millennial experiences.

Photography & Research Website: https://pesovisuals.com/