Interiors & Exteriors
Hahnemühle Photo Rag Fine Art Paper, 308gsm, Mounted to Aluminium, White Painted Obeche Wood Gutterbox Frame (107cm x 85cm)
The Resort draws from an East Anglian coastal village that has a multiplicity of historical, social and cultural strands at play. It focuses on rupture and reinvention of place. Foucault’s heterotopology introduces a way of reading and diversifying space. Here, the site is explored as constituting different aspects of formal heterotopias, without settling. From a lost Medieval village, 1930s utopian development, the requisition of the site during the Second World War, to dual residential/holiday status today: it's a site of interchangeable uses and meanings. The work further considers the relationship of man on nature: how both intrinsically impinge and shape the other.