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Deno's Entrance

Deno's Entrance

   
  
 
  
    
  
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       Dreamlands         is an ongoing photographic research project looking at the notion of repair and reparation in coastal locations. The research examines our man’s interaction with costal communities and how seaside resorts are undergoing a cyclical rebuilding or repair often after a period of neglect or trauma. The work created seeks to engage with the themes of repair and the physical by employing processes where this becomes evident in the final outcome. The Dreamland series based in Margate, UK and Coney Island, US is foregrounded by a collection of contemporary tintype photographs made by employing the methods of a 19  th   century itinerant photographer. Here, the imperfections and often-physical elements from the locations are included within each unique photograph. As each series evolves, a number of approaches are employed in order to respond to coastal resorts. Stories are told through large-scale photographs, objects or archive images, each approach forming a new chapter to the intertwining Dreamlands series.

Dreamlands is an ongoing photographic research project looking at the notion of repair and reparation in coastal locations. The research examines our man’s interaction with costal communities and how seaside resorts are undergoing a cyclical rebuilding or repair often after a period of neglect or trauma. The work created seeks to engage with the themes of repair and the physical by employing processes where this becomes evident in the final outcome. The Dreamland series based in Margate, UK and Coney Island, US is foregrounded by a collection of contemporary tintype photographs made by employing the methods of a 19th century itinerant photographer. Here, the imperfections and often-physical elements from the locations are included within each unique photograph. As each series evolves, a number of approaches are employed in order to respond to coastal resorts. Stories are told through large-scale photographs, objects or archive images, each approach forming a new chapter to the intertwining Dreamlands series.

Cyclone Entrance

Cyclone Entrance

Scenic Railway

Scenic Railway

Walpole Bay #1, Cliftonville

Walpole Bay #1, Cliftonville

Tree, Winter

Tree, Winter

Boardwalk, Coney Island

Boardwalk, Coney Island

Deno's Entrance

Dreamlands is an ongoing photographic research project looking at the notion of repair and reparation in coastal locations. The research examines our man’s interaction with costal communities and how seaside resorts are undergoing a cyclical rebuilding or repair often after a period of neglect or trauma. The work created seeks to engage with the themes of repair and the physical by employing processes where this becomes evident in the final outcome. The Dreamland series based in Margate, UK and Coney Island, US is foregrounded by a collection of contemporary tintype photographs made by employing the methods of a 19th century itinerant photographer. Here, the imperfections and often-physical elements from the locations are included within each unique photograph. As each series evolves, a number of approaches are employed in order to respond to coastal resorts. Stories are told through large-scale photographs, objects or archive images, each approach forming a new chapter to the intertwining Dreamlands series.

Cyclone Entrance

Scenic Railway

Walpole Bay #1, Cliftonville

Tree, Winter

Boardwalk, Coney Island

Deno's Entrance
   
  
 
  
    
  
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       Dreamlands         is an ongoing photographic research project looking at the notion of repair and reparation in coastal locations. The research examines our man’s interaction with costal communities and how seaside resorts are undergoing a cyclical rebuilding or repair often after a period of neglect or trauma. The work created seeks to engage with the themes of repair and the physical by employing processes where this becomes evident in the final outcome. The Dreamland series based in Margate, UK and Coney Island, US is foregrounded by a collection of contemporary tintype photographs made by employing the methods of a 19  th   century itinerant photographer. Here, the imperfections and often-physical elements from the locations are included within each unique photograph. As each series evolves, a number of approaches are employed in order to respond to coastal resorts. Stories are told through large-scale photographs, objects or archive images, each approach forming a new chapter to the intertwining Dreamlands series.
Cyclone Entrance
Scenic Railway
Walpole Bay #1, Cliftonville
Tree, Winter
Boardwalk, Coney Island