Aaron Juneau, The Marina Centre

Approaches installation view

image © Kaavous Clayton, 2016

The Marina Leisure Centre, is a short essay originally published in YH485 Press publication, Suface (2010).

PDF of full text here.

A booklet, (designed and printed by Norwici Print in an edition of 100) was produced by originalprojects; to accompany 1 WOW OF A TIME ! – The Great Yarmouth Day Trip, that took place on Saturday 25 June 2015


Aaron Juneau is a writer, editor and curator. He is Co-director of Ordinary Culture, a curatorial and publishing organisation based between Nottingham and London and Assistant Editor at Tate Etc. magazine.

In 2013 in collaboration with The Wildlife Trust and with the support of ACE he co-curated an artist residency programme at Dukes Wood in Eakring, Nottinghamshire, one of the first on shore oil fields in the UK and in 2015, with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund, he co-curated a series of talks, walks and events exploring the history of Colwick Woods, an ancient woodland on the edge of Nottingham city centre.

On the weekends he goes fishing.