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Arrow and Puddle

Paul Hill, Ashbourne Car Park, 1974
Gelatin silver print

Conceptual Photography

Meet the donors: Who is shelling out the big bucks in the Sask. Party leadership race?

A small group of individuals and associated companies are responsible for one-quarter of the money donated so far in the race to decide Saskatchewan’s next premier. 630 more words


Paul Hill - White Peak Dark Peak

Paul Hill’s work White Peak Dark Peak was another reference that my tutor mentioned I should take a look at for Assignment 1.

Hill’s work deals with human traces and scars left by animals on the landscape. 249 more words

Research And Reflection

#OTD in 1974 – Guildford Pub Bombing by the IRA leaves five dead and a further 65 injured.

The Provisional Irish Republican Army detonated two 6-pound gelignite bombs at two pubs in Guildford, England. The pubs were targeted because they were popular with British Army personnel. 420 more words

Irish History

#OTD in 2014 – Author and activist, Gerry Conlon dies of cancer, aged 60.

“I have been in prison for something I did not do. I am totally innocent. The Maguire Seven are innocent. Let’s hope the Birmingham Six are freed.” 493 more words

Irish History

#OTD in 1994 – Paul Hill, one of the ‘Guildford Four’, won his appeal against a murder conviction in Belfast.

An appeals court overturned a 19-year-old murder conviction against Paul Hill, who spent nearly 15 years in prison for two IRA attacks that he insisted he never committed. 633 more words

Irish History