Danielle Hewitt is an artist and historian. Danielle’s work explores the resonance of past forms and materialities in the landscape, and how making these evident can offer opportunities to reconsider how certain histories are represented in the present. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Bartlett School of Architecture where she is researching the demolition and clearance of bombsites in London during WWII and the reuse of materials salvaged from these sites. Her research is supported by the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain.
Danielle has taught across art, architecture and design at London Metropolitan University. She is also a lecturer in the history and theory of landscape at the Bartlett, UCL.