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Chris Leslie (2016) Disappearing Glasgow: A Photographic Journey.


As part of Book Scotland I went to talk Chris Leslie gave in Clydebank library. He overran a wee bit but I could have listened to him all night. 502 more words

Building identity through maintenance work

New publication:

Der Beitrag der Hausmeister zur ldentität von Gebäuden – Block Checks in der Großwohnsiedlung Red Road in Glasgow. Identifikationsräume: Potenzial und Qualität großer Wohnsiedlungen… 12 more words


Date Night

I made my first trip on the red road. Piper asked me to deliver some beginning magic tomes to a client in Houston, so I went to leave and the guards hauled me over and told me a King’s Path person was escorting a convoy. 468 more words

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Female Director Spotlight: Andrea Arnold's Intimate Realism

Hey everyone! Dilara and I have decided to start a monthly female director spotlight here at Much Ado, so we can explore the amazing films of so many women in the industry whose work we believe deserves more acknowledgement, attention and/or appreciation. 1,458 more words


Fish Tank (Arnold, 2009)

Anyone familiar with Andrea Arnold’s first-rate feature debut Red Road (2006) will be well aware of her ability to generate compelling drama from a seemingly modest scenario. 577 more words

Last stroll around Red Road

A true digital mess at the site of the former highrise estate Red Road, Glasgow. Whilst Google Maps provides for 2D and 3D views of the demolition site, Google Street View still features images of the tower blocks. 15 more words


Once upon a time…(6)

This is about a German warship that bombed Madras in 1914, and how this event got into the Tamil language. It’s also about how military airplanes used to land on Red Road in front of the Ochterlony Monument in Kolkata during the WW II. 383 more words