Hull 2017: The Blade

 

I took this photo in Queen Victoria Square in Hull. It captures Nayan Kulkarni’s Blade installation. The city centre landscape was completely altered by the positioning of the 75 metre B75 rotor blade, one of the first made in Hull. The zoomed in photograph shows the imposing nature of the structure on its surroundings, demonstrating one of the ways it affects the space around it. It also shows the beautiful curve of the Blade which result in making it look unreal, almost photoshopped. An impressive way of making you look up and around and consider your surroundings in a different way.

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