More from Kathryn Ferry
Alligators and Art Nouveau at Great Yarmouth Hippodrome
The seafront Hippodrome at Great Yarmouth has been in continuous use as a circus since 1903. Its first owner made his name as a performer and knew how to please the crowds of Edwardian holidaymakers with daring shows and a venue that embraced the latest Art Nouveau style of design.
The Pier Towers without a pier
The Yorkshire seaside resort of Withernsea came into being as a result of Victorian railway expansion, with a pier being built as one of the first visitor attractions. The sorry tale of that North Sea pier is a short and disastrous one. But its story is not over yet.
Margate’s railway station by the sea
Margate’s 1926 train station was one of architect Edwin Maxwell Fry’s first jobs. Fry went on to become a leading figure in International Modernism so this viewpoint explores the background to the station’s design, its importance for Margate and its place in the wider context of 1920s seaside architecture.
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Gatwick Street View
An experimental art work, collaging image and sound as a way of navigating around Gatwick Airport, via Google Street View. The Voiceover provides a commentary on my experience and observations as I move through the space.
Please scroll through the images which accompany the sound using the arrows.