Flux Folly was designed and built the three weeks leading up to the opening of Folkestone Fringe 2017.
It was a reaction to the the changing infrastructure along Folkestone's shore line including the newly converted harbour arm and the future development planned to be built on the shingle beach.
It was designed around discarded materials found on the then existing building site combined with the epic expanse of the shingle beach which had been recently re-landscaped due to ground works needed for the start of the development.
Alongside the installation I created a photographic piece which was displayed separately near the entrance to the harbour arm.