Off The Map: celebrating closed Tube stations
2013 marks London Underground's 150th anniversary and the world's oldest underground transport system has seen some huge societal changes in its time. Ever-evolving demand has led to alterations, resulting in a number of disused stations across the network. The idea of Wood's project, entitled Off The Map, is to commemorate some of these disused stations, including Aldwych, British Museum and Down Street.
"When I was eighteen, I remember looking out of the window on the Central Line and saw what looked like white tiles in the middle of the tunnel," explains Wood of the origin of the project. "I was fascinated to later discover this was the rem ants of one of the many disused Tube stations, each of which has its own unique history.