photo of the week: an upside down world

Posted by carlotta on Thursday September 22nd, 2016 at 4:35pm

Photo of the week: After a month away it was exciting to see how much had changed at The Depot Cinema in Lewes, where this week’s photo is from. I could begin to see how the interior spaces will work together as the rooms take shape, delineated by honey-coloured grids of wood. The day of my visit was blisteringly hot but a hard rain from the previous day had left large puddles of water. I love finding reflections when I am photographing. They sometimes help me to see the world in a different way.

The Depot Cinema have hired me to document the renovations of this disused industrial building in the centre of Lewes as it becomes a new community cinema. They use my photographs to keep local residents informed about what is happening on site and to build excitement about the project. More information and all the photos of the project can be found here.

At The Depot Cinema in Lewes, water reflects the honey-coloured grid of wood that delineates the new rooms

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