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Memories of Water: Glen Bridge Car Park, Dunfermline

1772

arriving at a fall

it becomes useful

in turning five mills

Thomas Pennant,  A Tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides, 1772, Volume 2… 14 more words

Psychogeography

The Sound Of Water - Richard Thornton - Paul Conneally - Jemma Bagley

Metal benches designed and made by sculptor Richard Thornton with words, fragments of haiku, written by members of the local community with artist poet Paul Conneally… 72 more words

Paul Conneally

Over the Edge.

This is not a good town for psychedelic drugs. Reality itself is too twisted.

– Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

I don’t want to die but he accelerates anyway, overtaking the dawdling Transit Van with its radio seemingly tuned in to a station from another dimension, it’s chassis shuddering by virtue of the distorted and garbled bass left to scream out into the ether.

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Coventry

Tonic tablets and a gallery of ghosts

Continuing the mini-circuit of North Carlton, I turned left off Lygon Street and headed down Richardson St. At the rear of a small shop on the corner of Rathdowne and Richardson Streets is another beautiful old ghostsign advertising two of the former occupants and one of the products they sold. 1,040 more words

Psychogeography

Great place for arts and crafts

Art and crafts shop “Patch Rogers” petworth west Sussex is the place for top quality contemporary furniture and craft from landscape inspired chest to my psychogeography painting… 7 more words

Destructive Art

Why you're not leaving London

So you’ve decided to leave London. You’re leaving because the millionaires are being priced out by billionaires. You’re leaving because every high street is boxy, bland, and identical. 1,247 more words

Vague Attempts At Satire

On the Passage of a Few Persons Through a Rather Brief Period of Time - Guy Debord

On the Passage of a Few Persons Through a Rather Brief Period of Time

Guy Debord

Dansk-Fransk Experimentalfilmskompagni (1959)

Translated by Ken Knabb
Voice 1 (male “professional announcer” type): 1,812 more words
Art