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MISCELLANEOUS BIENNIAL; more(INTENTIONAL, this time) found objects, in the Oratory;parallel times; and Baltic decrepitude becomes Baltic re-envisionning. BY STEVEN BENSON.

Ok, is is a bit of  hodgepodge; but you can tease out some links around disuse, boundaries between art and life(or NO boundaries!),et al

Reminds of (smaller)Antwerp Central station; that roof; so hard to maintain; more seeds of decay already written in; propped up by scaffolding… 43 more words

FOUND OBJECTS AND SPECTRAL PRESENCES/ABSENCES.CAIRNS/GRANBY STREET.BY STEVEN BENSON

Always a sign of dereliction and abandonment: blowing curtains: the last vestiges

who slept on that once?

Don’t even know what this is: car seats/erstwhile sofas? 60 more words

Pokémon Go and the enigma of the city

This article originally appeared on the Hong Kong Review of Books.

Academics are usually late to the party, left to thrash out all the detail from the brittle corpse of an event through dry biopsy. 2,499 more words

Critical Theory

'Haven Avenue' album now out

After a very long gestation – a year? Something like that – our album of Ambient Poetry* is now out there for you to listen to and hopefully enjoy. 110 more words

Music

Spaghetti, coffee and drag: more from St Kilda

Continuing our walk through St Kilda, we turned up Fitzroy Street. For sheer quantity of stories, this is probably one of the richest streets in the Melbourne suburbs. 1,035 more words

Psychogeography

I got to much shit in my studio 

So bored of thes now I have no intention of putting them in shows or have any energy to sell them ,

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