‘Shouldn’t Throw Stones’ visualises Kev Casey’s work, a security guard, the watchman, armed with a camera used to document the unchanging nature of an abandoned heritage marked building, home to Pilkington Glass HQ, nested within Alexandra Business Park.
“The juxtaposition of nature versus built environment seemed to encapsulate the condition and fragility of what was once a manufacturing empire… The futuristic ‘Modernist’ architecture is now in a state of abandonment with nature slowly starting to reclaim the landscape. “
Photographer Amanda Holdom captures the social and economic change in Druids Heath, a community shaped by modern gentrification – “Having been raised on an estate myself, I can relate to a lot of the stereotypes – I care for the people, and how they are represented.”
Photographer Andrew Johnston captures the shifting political landscape in modern Northern Ireland and the importance of community within that – “I want my photography to be real. I feel a connection with working class photography.”