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Jim Lambie: Voidoid

Having met Jim Lambie when living in Glasgow and working on the first independent presentation of art from Scotland at the Venice Biennale (I was project manager of Zenomap, curated by Francis McKee and Kay Pallister, in 2003), I was invited to edit the first comprehensive publication about the artist’s practice to date. 259 more words

Editorial Projects

QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Finding Happiness

So the quote of the week is as follows:

We tend to forget that happiness doesn’t come as a result of getting something we don’t have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have.

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Serial - Ep 201 Review


I was a big fan of the first season of Serial, and found its bewitching blend of fascinating narrative, incredible production values, near-tangible sense of place and deft, atmospheric music to be one of the most compelling productions that I encountered throughout the whole of 2015. 1,498 more words


Review: "DUSTWUN"

Serial: Season 2, Episode 1

Sarah Koenig said that season two of her wildly popular podcast Serial would be released in the fall of 2015. 1,074 more words


Many notice acceleration in eschatological events

Not many people know this, introduced the first readers of this blog to the excitement of eschatology. Here’s what I wrote in November 2011: 760 more words


Koenig/Glick: Europe's pushing Palestinian state & illegal trade war on Israel

Further to the previous post about political and financial interference in Israeli-Palestinian relations, there’s another aspect to this serious issue – Europe’s illegal BDS campaign (Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions) of restricting goods from Israel and the ‘disputed’ (NB: not ‘occupied’) territories. 1,059 more words


Fulfilled prophecies: 4 - Paris pays price, but NOT due to...cont'd

In considering spiritual rather than politico-military reasons for the targeting of France – and now Mali too – I claimed in the previous post that prime verses of scripture as well as contemporaneous prophetical insights reveal the real reason for the massacre of 130 in Paris. 2,775 more words