The Docklands Project is a research into systems that influence our cities, society and people. This body of work analyses gentrification and uses photography to make changes in our environment tangible and aims to be part of a discussion about equity, democracy and rights within cities. A portrait of the post-industrial city, in the result of a photobook. In order to realise this, the project needs support. If you are interested in this you can get in touch and become involved through any of the following options.
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Editioned art prints are for sale, there are city-based series which consist of 3 or 6 prints. Single prints are also available. Prints come in 3 sizes: 40 x 50 cm (edition of 10) 60 x 75 cm (edition of 5) and 80 x 100 cm (edition of 3). A catalogue is available upon request.
BUY THE CITY PUBLICATIONS
Each city is presented in a publication that deals with place identity of their docklands. These are published in an edition of 250 copies, 25 x 36 cm, 32 pages and a range of 27 to 42 color images. Each publication comes with writing and is designed with characteristics of the place in mind. There is also a limited editioned artist book of 100 copies, combining the three city publications and a dustjacket-poster.
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BECOME A SPONSOR
The project is made over the course of various stages and years. Each stage gives room for specific support, but you can also become a sponsor of the whole project by making a donation. This can be done by an individual, organisation or business. You will be thanked with a special mention in the book, and receive a copy with a framed print of your choice.
INVITE THE PROJECT
Besides financial support, exposure and collaborations benefit the project and its influence. By inviting the project for exhibitions and talks, we can create awareness and discours about the issues surrounding gentrification and city renewal. If you are a cultural or local organisation, you can also support the project. Supporting the research in your city helps to analyse the transition, visualise potential and issues, and can be used as a tool for further development and studies.