A Sense of Place

A photobook made in collaboration with Felix Watts. The sense of place we develop is our personal recognition of space, everyone views a space in their own way, this is their ‘sense of place’.
The publication uses the theme of conflict between structural change and emotional change, or the lack thereof to develop a narrative for the reader to follow, guiding them through images and text to convey a picture of Sheffield that is personal and individual.

The book focuses on materiality to communicate an intimate experience for the audience to follow, paper stock, composition and production have been considered throughout the development of the book to ensure the audience feels as though they can engage with the content. This is translated through to the presentation of the book as a collection of loose pages, in this format the reader can investigate the content, and encourages a more playful interaction with the reader.

148 x 210 mm