Roads and the immediate spaces that surround them are a form of liminal space. A transitionary landscape between two other places.
This series of twenty-five photographs explores the liminal spaces on the edge of Britain’s busiest motorway, the M25. Suffocated under the acoustic footprint of the constant rumbling traffic, these liminal spaces form an unofficial border where London ends, and the rest of Britain begins. On the periphery of the road, they are passed fleetingly in a blur of motion, or often hide just out of sight of the road edge, never given a moments consideration as people make their way to and from more meaningful places. M25 explores what happens when we stop, look closely, and enter these unconsidered liminal spaces, rather than pass them by. Does this allow for the possibility of thinking or feeling differently about this space? Do liminal spaces deserve more consideration and meaning?