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Walking Heathrow: Exploring the fissures of infrastructure

As I’m sat in my car, parked in the Hatton Cross Station Car Park, I watch as the dark blue hue of the cold November morning sky slowly turns to a light grey, as the sun struggles to pierce the thick blanket of cloud above. 1,568 more words

Writing

Sagres (2014)

All distances measure exactly, we are in one absolute geography, discernible anywhere, and lost to the emptiness of this possibility of truth confounded in its absence of spatiality: indicating the contrary, somehow. 256 more words

Postmodernism (2013-14)

Doing what I Know about Politics (2014)

It is a smooth observation. But this is not another text about that. I ignore it, I turn instead to the parliament and enter a chamber, or the big room, or the prime minister’s office. 504 more words

Postmodernism (2013-14)

Origins #5 - Running Away

“We have all fantasised about running away – we have all kept a ‘run away bag/box’ with essentials to succeed. Im the meantime we check them / nurture them / cherish them. 1,209 more words

Abstract