This print is part of a series of investigations into the Brighton Marina on the South Coast of the United Kingdom. The largest marina in Europe, a strange space between land and sea. I immersed myself for months in the quiet rhythm of the place, and later revisited through newspaper clippings, promotional materials and public notices dating to its design and construction in the 60’s and 70’s. Printed using chalk from the surrounding cliffs.
This print was produced as part of the Trace project from Shift-lab.
Letterpress-printed from linoleum and metal type in an edition of ten.
12 x 16"