The House at the End of the Pier

I made some model-size samples last month while developing a proposal for a site-specific domestic, edible installation in response to the giddying commercial amusements of Brighton pier. These pieces are made entirely of Brighton Rock, are incredibly brittle on a cold day or dangerously sticky on a warmer one – and left my kitchen smelling nauseatingly sickly-sweet for about a week.

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