"The ruinous landscape can demonstrate something of the other, a different moment in time, lacunae, here and there strewn with ruins, can in a fragmentary way stir up something of the past, as a support to the memory of a city." -Jan De Graaf. Wastelands are often looked at as inane eyesores. I have always been intrigued and enchanted by the museum like qualities they hold, every barren landscape has a history to tell. In wastelands across Britain, this work tells a story of these spaces before they were left to ruin. The most profound photograph for the previous function of each desolate place is found, and projected back into the landscape, creating a juxtaposition of the past and present.
Michael Alberry • Paul Bradley • Luke Brown • Laura Böök • Danny Carter • Suzanna Davison • David Donovan-Brown • Sam Ivin • Johan Peter Jønsson • Triin Kerge • Jamie E Murray • Ashley Parker • Sam Peat • Mario Pinto • Nicola Pullen • Lianne Runcieman • Sophie Skipper • Sissel Thastum • Emma Uwejoma • Olivia Whittaker •