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By  Bev Broadhead 2010

Bev Broadhead

This body of work uses the brick shelter at the train station in Cromer as a recurring motif. The work sets out to encourage the viewer to contemplate two reflecting or conflicting images of the same motif. It aims to depict the vague line that separates two opposing styles or formats, and at what point does one motif become the other.
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A Game of Three Halves

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