An eight-hour journey around the tallest building in Newcastle following an anti-clockwise path in decreasing concentric circles, photographing the tower whenever it was in sight. 
The work atomises the tower, in that it splits its central focus into a myriad of different images allowing the viewer to wonder whether the project is about Vale House itself or a topographical study of the areas surrounding it with the tower a reference point. 
The repetition simultaneously destroys the image of Vale house whilst constructing it from every conceivable angle. The work became a monument to politically invisible landmarks and the ubiquity of the 1960’s tower block.
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