"Memory Lane is a photographic journey through Britain in the late 90s and early 2000s. Everything is as it was found but in many cases the people and places are no more, absorbed by the passing of time and the inevitable change this brings. Part documentary, part imagined landscapes and encounters, it offers – as Val Williams’s foreword points out – ‘a narrative of strangeness against the flimsy background of “ordinary” Britain’. From distraught joggers to rebellious ice-cream vans, Martin Salter’s images explore the way Britain has changed over the last three decades."
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