Suburb Glory is an immersive installation comprised of three polyester art pieces, video, sound and a publication. The installation celebrates the unique experience of growing up in a working-class/multicultural area, where individuals are exposed to a myriad of diverse cultures and traditions without having to leave the country. This experience also entails the creation of a specific subculture, unique to the area.
Despite the negative stereotypes and prejudices that some people may hold against these areas, this installation presents them as a blessing, highlighting the beauty and richness of growing up in a place that some may fear or dislike. Furthermore, in the current political climate, where right-wing movements and fascist ideologies are gaining traction across Europe, the installation showcases the glory of the suburb and embraces the diversity that makes these areas so unique.