Between 1943 and 1953 John Christie murdered 7 women at 10 Rillington Place in Notting Hill, London. Based on extensive historical research, the ten mark observes the outward familiarity of both his personal effects and domestic rituals, within the disquieting atmosphere of his final days in the now desolate house.
Stillness, movement, light and silence are carefully considered against the unspoken presence of his murders, slowly absorbing the viewer into the interior space and ultimately challenging the dialectic relationship we have with other such culturally significant crimes.