The UNDERCLIFF: 'the uncontrollable and magnificent: Jonathan Hyde's images of the Undercliff' by Natalie Kane
The Undercliff is quite unlike any other installation. Jonathan Hydes photographs focus on the historic Undercliff coastal walk, situated between Ovingdean and Rottingdean in East Sussex; which are ephemerally situated on the Undercliff itself. It’s not often that you get to view a site specific…
I’ve been rather absent on tumblr lately, and that’s partly because I have been incredibly busy! Apart from attending various events that constitute Brighton Digital Festival, I’ve been spending a lot of time with my artwork, and trying to sort out serious grown-up life things like banks, work, future work, and one naughty cat.
I wrote an essay in response to The Undercliff, a site-specific installation at the undercliff walk between Ovingdean and Rottingdean in Sussex. The work really is something, if you’re in Brighton I thoroughly recommend visiting the exhibition. It’ll be there tonight (September 8th) from 8.30pm, but after that Jonathan Hyde’s prints will be displayed at Gallery 40 during September.