In Passing by Francis Sullivan

On the outskirts of the city, there are neighbourhoods like Rock Bay that are home to an eclectic and diverse population—areas in transition. One may seldom encounter these transient populations and yet, one is confronted by their passing through discarded objects, graffiti and the ever increasing number of fences that presumably keep some safe and others out. 

Francis documents urban scenes, buildings and visual clues that may no longer exist – narratives of a disparate transitory landscape.