Aida Wilde / disCONNECT / Fifth Wall TV

London-based Iranian artist Aida Wilde, created site-specific pieces within the period house in what has now been dubbed the Granny Ally and Nanny Loo, whilst adhering to UK social distancing guidance. Repositioning one of the house’s toilets as a ‘pandemic mausoleum’, Wilde presents her signature text works on wallpaper floor lino and paraphernalia including t-shirts and hats, with slogans sharing reactions to the pandemic – some the artist’s own (‘FEAR LESS LESS FEAR’), others sourced through social media outreach (‘99% of us are in this together’). Surrounded by everyday objects which have become totemic of the contemporary climate - toilet roll tubes donated by neighbours, discarded objects from "lock-down” spring cleaning and bottles of bleach sourced locally from the independent manufacturer Zamo – the works are presented alongside hazard tape, demarcating ‘socially distanced’ two metre intervals. In an adjoining store room is her Pandemik Panik Room, which comprises of posters from her neighbourhood community outreach print making workshop, that she held prior to her residency at the house.