Jack Davison • British Journal of Photography

Monday, 7 March 2016

“So, when there is a hole in a wall, you know that the order’s been breached, that filth is what is sought. There is the spy-hole to peer into hotel rooms, and there is the glory-hole between two cubicles. To make this image clean, think of the hyphen as the passage between two walls.” Oscar Gaynor • Photographers’ Gallery