Zinovieff’s ‘Putney’: More Than a Millennial ‘Lolita’?

If art is intended to “disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed,” as they often say, then I’m clearly quite pleased with my current societal position, because Sofka Zinovieff’s Putney, undoubtedly a work of art, left me discomfited to say the absolute least. Putney opens in London’s swinging seventies, to a maelstrom of activity in…