The Parade and Coastal Drive

The Parade is the name of a quiet coastal road in South East England. Stretching for approximately 2 miles, the 150 or so houses that line one side of the road all share uninterrupted views of the sea from the front, whilst from behind they are overshadowed by Dungeness, the oldest Nuclear Power Station in England.

Contained within the seemingly private space of their own homes, we watch people performing domestic actions that are not remarkable, nor individual but similar and universal – for me they reveal so much about ourselves.

Nadav Kander, 2002