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Romney Marsh: JAM on the Marsh exhibition Objects are People Too

By Angela Cole

Can you see what it is yet..?

Kent-based photojournalist Justin Sutcliffe certainly has an eye for a picture - and sometimes they stare back at you too!

His exhibition, Objects are People Too, is on display throughout this year's JAM on the Marsh festival, which runs until Sunday, July 15.

Justin Sutcliffe's exhibition Objects Are People Too is on at JAM on the Marsh
Justin Sutcliffe's exhibition Objects Are People Too is on at JAM on the Marsh

A renowned photographer, Justin, who is now based in Folkestone, has travelled the world, and as he has face pareidolia - which means he can't help but see faces in random objects - he has documented them in a vast range of places and situations.

He has seen faces in some unlikely places: a sad-looking face of loo rolls in Afghanistan; the manic smile of a complimentary fruit plate in a Dubai airport hotel but also in a collection of bric-a brac in a nearby garden, and even on the bus.

Justin Sutcliffe's a face in a cloud on a skyscraper
Justin Sutcliffe's a face in a cloud on a skyscraper

His exhibition is open daily at the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre, between 10am and 5pm and is free to enter.

It is part of dozens of events in the annual multi-arts festival built around Romney Marsh and its medieval churches.

For details of all the events you can catch before the end of the festival, go to jamconcert.org

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