Gallery Three​ – There’s nothing there.



“These monochrome photographs might be described as ‘Photography as archaeology’. They were made over a period of three years (1989-1992) on what had once been the largest railways siding in England – Priory Yard, Hull.

In 1989 the land where I made these images was described to me as being ‘empty’ – there being nothing there. Nothing is empty. All one has to do is to look. What is revealed in these photographs is ephemeral, sometimes haunting and shows the capacity of nature to overwhelm the detritus of our passing.

Today, the site is occupied by a park and ride car park, car showrooms, and a supermarket.”

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