In this series of photo collages, entitled Count for Nothing, the progression of time becomes visible by layering several recordings of a given place together to construct a singular image. Various instants in time are being linked as if they took place at the same moment, offering a spatial experience of the progression of time.
Inspiring for me because this is where I grew up - before the Clean Air Act. Stoke Street Scene by Kurt Hutton. A woman walking up a street in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, with smoking bottle kilns belonging to potteries visible in the background, 2nd March 1946.
BW192-3-2-2-13-1-624 Pair of Grand Union Canal Company boats in a lock near Marsworth Description Black and white photograph showing the boats breasted up inside a lock, they are not loaded and have washing hung over the hold. There are boat people visible including one working the paddle gear in the foreground. There is a lock-keepers cottage in the background. Date 1930s
When You Find Your Teacher’s Facebook Page… /// that shark is outside the aquarium in my city. If anybody ever finds a link to the original post, please let me have it. It's perfectly normal in this town to take a photo siting on that shark (at least until security spot you - then you run for your life), and I know I've seen that guy around the city centre on a weekend, and I just want to know who he is!