Kendal Angharad Fewster
'In Between' explores the notions of division and isolation caused by socioeconomic, demographic and environmental transformations within communities. Despite its efforts at regeneration and gentrification, Pilton, Edinburgh, is still plagued by its negative stigma from the past due to a rivalry between its East and West subdivisions. Today, sitting between these two subdivisions, is a community that does not associate itself with either side. It has disassociated itself from the Pilton name by instead identifying itself with the main road that runs through the centre: Crewe Road North. Through exploring the relationships between nature and the built environment I highlight the physical and emotional partitions, which separate the Crewe Road area from its East and Western neighbours.
Kendal Angharad Fewster • Kat Dlugosz • Paolo Drusi • Helen Edmund • Judith Fieldhouse • Sam Finch • Daniella Luisa • Linn Lundin • Kirsty McLachlan • Caroline McQuistin • Marina Mche • Kieran Riess Delaney • Gaizka Saracibar • Claire White •