Ubiquity

Dylan Saunders

Through this work I explore the concept of the contemporary British industrial estate with a focus on the space and emptiness held by these places. The parks being displayed here were predominantly built in the 1970s and were originally intended for temporary use. These, as well as more recent developments, have become a familiar trope in the British landscape, often occupying liminal areas within our cities and towns.  These photographs were created from an uncomfortable and disaffected viewpoint, but a very real one. Banal and unwelcoming scenes meet you as you approach these lifeless areas. Utilitarian buildings confront you, and very rarely do we see anything personal or human. We are surrounded by sheet metal facades, unmaintained car parks and extant exteriors. Drifting from place to place allowed me to realise just how lonely it must be to spend every day here.

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