Watch: Brighton Photo Biennial 2018 Artist Harley Weir

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.

Harley Weir (UK) b.1988 lives and works in London having graduated from Central St Martins College of Art and Design with a BA in Fine Art in 2010. Her first solo exhibition was Boundaries at Foam, Amsterdam (2016/17). Last year she exhibited work at The Belly and the Members, curated by Antonia Marsh at Cob Gallery, London (2017). She has published three books: Homes with Loose Joints (2017), Paintings with Loose Joints (2017) and most recently, Function with Baron (2018).

To accompany the exhibition, second edition of the photobook Homes has been released, published by Loose Joints.