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HELTER SKELTER - A Proposal to alter Carillon Tower 1999

HELTER SKELTER – Paul Conneally 1999

HELTER SKELTER is a splacist art work from 1999 where I faxed Charnwood Borough Council’s Director of Planning and Technical Services, Jonathan Hale, a proposal to form a Helter Skelter for peace around Loughborough’s famous Carillon Tower war Memorial. 308 more words

Paul Conneally

The strangeness of Royal Park

What is Royal Park?

This hefty chunk of parkland, north of North Melbourne, west of Carlton, has an identity crisis. It’s been set aside for public use since the 1840s. 1,561 more words


Rae Lavande Pellerin: Drifting

“These three videos sequences represent the documentation of a temporary installation made in the forest area around Lac Malette, Mont‐Tremblant, in October 2014. The installation consisted of a length of 1.1 kilometers of string woven throughout the forest. 96 more words


Paris, Baudelaire and Spleen (mostly my own)

Who has not, in bouts of ambition, dreamt this miracle, a poetic prose, musical without rhythm or rhyme, supple and choppy enough to accommodate the lyrical movement of the soul, the undulations of reverie, the bump and lurch of consciousness?

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Landscapes of Memory - Seminar at Philocetes Centre, New York

I’ve got other bits to post but I must post this before I forget.

I was actually thinking about the psychogeography of digital space after my recent forays…. 112 more words


Rising Exitement

rising excitement
the turnstile assistant
gives me a wink

Paul Conneally
King Power Stadium
Leicester May 2015


Mapping literary landscapes

Today’s post is just a brief one – up to my eyeballs in work-related reading, which no doubt will get distilled into a post or two once I’ve had time to think and digest. 214 more words