- We need to talk about the climate crisisA few weeks ago I went to a Climate Café at Sparks in the centre of Bristol. Sparks is in the old Marks & Spencer’s building located along The Horsefair – for any Brit the name should now make more sense. It is has been repurposed into an eco-hub and ethical marketplace, with upcycled fashion… Read more: We need to talk about the climate crisis
- Where some things take form and others disintegrateContact made wet on dry dark on light like a procession of archetypes. One approaches to step into the mist of another, one lingers like a puddle or a stutter.
- From different positions, and for different reasons: how do we challenge the efficiency and separation that govern our lives, and the places in which we live?On the move When I was young, I was constantly on the move, like many children who clamber, climb, crawl and run about, getting used to the brilliance of their bodies. As I’ve aged (though I’m not that old), I’ve given less time to carefree motion, and focused more on other things, things that either… Read more: From different positions, and for different reasons: how do we challenge the efficiency and separation that govern our lives, and the places in which we live?
- Compost for the dream cityThis will be a journey of leaps, of steppingstones. It might be best interpreted as a way of thinking, a model which might imprint odd images onto the general structures that help us see the world. Ready? The graveyard of ambition. Where dreams go to die. These sayings stick in some people’s minds when they… Read more: Compost for the dream city
- Connection, experience, value…then lunchI bite my nails. I try to be surreptitious when I do this in public but holed up for months under lockdown there was no need to disguise my bad habits. I wrote my dissertation partly about this experience. Much of it was concerned with the identity of places and people. I felt like I… Read more: Connection, experience, value…then lunch
- Closer, but further awayI do not live in Bath, though I am resident of two studio spaces: EMERGE at Sion Hill and The Studio at Palace Yard Mews, Bath Spa’s Enterprise & Innovation Hub. People work and interact within these studios temporarily, occupying spaces, coming and going. The organisational and spatial structures of these studios encourage an interrupted… Read more: Closer, but further away
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