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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
22nd January 1967 Born today: Olivia d'Abo, London England, actress (Wonder Years, Single Guy)
22nd January 1946 Punk pioneer Malcolm McLaren was born in Stoke Newington.
22nd January 1927 The first ever live football radio commentary for Arsenal v Sheff Utd.
22nd January 1920 England football manager Sir Alf Ramsey was born in Dagenham.
22nd January 1876 The Royal Aquarium amusement park opened in Westminster.
The Flat Time House
This is the home and studio of the late artist John Latham.
Location: 210 Bellenden Road, SE15 4BW
Description: Flat Time House is the home and studio of the late British artist John Latham (1921-2006). He was one of the most important British artists of the post-war period.
The House he lived at for over 20 years is now home to the John Latham Foundation and the John Latham Archive.
Latham considered the house a 'living sculpture', with different rooms taking on the attributes of a living organism. At FTHo, a giant and colourful book-relief sculpture penetrates a large window on the front of the house, known as the Face, into a room called the Mind, in which a permanent installation of works demonstrating Latham's Time-Base Theory has been maintained.