Homeless moved beyond the human presence to explore, examine & document through photography & text, the spaces & experience of living in homeless hostels in Merseyside during 2014-15. Exhibited as part of LOOK/15, Liverpool’s international photography festival (15-31 May 2015) & at the Unseen Photo Festival, Amsterdam in 2015. Project supported using public funding by Arts Council England & The National Lottery.
“Tony Mallon’s series ‘Homeless’ is a strikingly original exploration of the hostels provided for those who do not have somewhere to call home. These strong graphic images reveal in-between spaces: part office, part budget hotel, part social club, part counselling room. Un-peopled stage sets organised for lives in disorder. Timely and important, they engage through the anodyne and scream help.” Edmund Clark