Photographs taken immediately before and during the destruction of the migrant and refugee camp in Calais known as The Jungle. Harley Weir underlines shared humanity by focusing on domestic and intimate details against a backdrop of displacement and uncertainty.
Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton, BN1 1AG
Wednesday – Saturday: 12-5pm, Sundays: 2-5pm
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays
28 September – 28 October
There are disabled parking spaces in the immediate area around the gallery. There are two spaces directly outside Fabrica and there are also disabled parking spaces on Ship Street, Middle Street and West Street. Fabrica have two entrances to the gallery space, one on Ship Street and the other on Duke Street. The entrance on Duke Street offers a wheelchair accessible ramp to allow more people easy access to our gallery. There is some slightly uneven floor surface due to the historic building having a mixture of wooden and stone flooring, but it is minimal. Fabrica also have two disabled toilets on site.
To accompany the exhibition, second edition of the photobook Homes has been released, published by Loose Joints.