Photographs of painted circles from roundabouts.
The photographs are taken from the roadside from where the circles are seen as elipses. The images were subsequently stretched to form circles and the resolution reduced.
These circles were made to serve as signs that embody a rule, intended to be seen rather than looked at. Although created 'uncreatively' by road painters, they can be read as outdoor public art. They present a surface patina which is the product both of the makers technique and the physical rigors that have been placed upon them over time.
The images are printed on the right hand page of each spread.
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