Across the Cut – Krass Clement


RRB Photobooks, 2019
Hardcover, 25 x 28,5 cm
136 pages, color photographs

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Krass Clement’s new work stems from a brief visit to Bristol in June 2016. At the time, the city was preparing for the Brexit referendum. The idea that Britain might leave the European Union deeply troubled Krass Clement, and undoubtedly influenced his mood and perception as he took the photographs. The feeling of being left behind, the loneliness, the feeling of being in limbo and the idea of powerlessness are present in all of Clement’s books and are not specific to this particular place, but nevertheless few demonstrate this as powerfully as his images in Bristol’s Cut. The Cut is an artificially constructed waterway that was built in the early 19th century to help create a floating harbour. It is about two miles long and divides Bristol, with the traditionally richer part being on the north side. Most of Krass Clement’s photos were taken on the south side a few days before the Brexit referendum.

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