Once Hellingly Hospital was home to 1000 patients. It closed in 1994. Since then it has attracted graffiti artists and others eager to record its gradual decline.
Photographer John Fox is one local man who has been in to record the sights of Hellingly as it undergoes a slow decay.
The Hospital was built in 1902 as the East Sussex Asylum, it had a recreational hall, a cricket pitch and homes for workers.
John's photographs record the angry, the humorous and the beautiful images left by anonymous artists through the years.
The painters have clearly thought carefully about how the relationship of their work to the building around it.
This is how that same view looked back in the hospital's heyday.
This is the ballroom; a grand hall with a purpose that contrasts starkly with some of the actual functions of Hellingly, where women who had children out of wedlock were incarcerated.
Many of the art works are 'site-specific' - they have a relationship with the surface on which they are painted.
But some of the hospital's own fragile, decaying spaces have a presence which easily matches the work produced by 'intruder artists'.
Now Hellingly is a few weeks away from redevelopment. Some buildings will be retained but others will be demolished. To contact John Fox, email email@example.com.
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