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Unofficial Britain: The Tower

We have contributed a short piece called The Tower to Unofficial Britain which you can find here

Unofficial Britain is a new hub for unusual perspectives on the landscape of the British Isles, exploring the urban, the rural and those spaces in between. 53 more words

Psychogeography

Tidal Flux

Worlds with –  in worlds

tidal

flux   in

Firth of Forth

Now playing: Chris Abrams / Mike Cooper – ‘Memory of Water’ (from Oceanic Feeling – Like)

Psychogeography

Street Life


Street Life
Paul Conneally
Loughborough
August 2014

Photography

Afternoon Lull

afternoon lull
the taxi driver finishes
his summer book

Paul Conneally
Loughborough
August 2014

Photography

Homeward

homeward
the autumn wind
in one ear

Paul Conneally
Loughborough
August 2014

Photography

The Radicant: Urban Wandering

This took several goes to actually get my head around it but I’ve figured out the role of artiste mutant now.

 

Life in big cities is omnipresent in contemporary art. 1,175 more words

Psychogeography

Do I Hold Similarities with Iain Sinclair or Surrealist Drifts?

Reading Merlin Coverley’s Psychogeography Sinclair is summed up as urban wanderer, local historian, avant-garde activist and political debater all in one.

Suicide Bridge, White Chappell Scarlet Tracings, Downriver… 1,056 more words

Psychogeography