Juxtaposition and challenging the concepts of what is beautiful – carefully managed landscape, or organic human interaction?
Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s world-famous bridge in Bristol, England, is a wonder of the Victorian age. Linking two wealthy areas in Bristol, it is best viewed from the 1950s ode-to-the-motorcar concrete interchange – a place that is frequented by passing birds and graffiti artists.
I was trying to convey that art is everywhere and what some people view as a blight, others see as treasure.
It is my effort to suggest that in any conflict there are always two views and both have merit – if we chose to look.