Sunday November 29th, 08:56 – 08:59 25.7o to 38.6o Wind W 1 (gusting 3), T 6C (feels like 6C), 100% cloud cover Five blackbirds flow into through up and over hedge porch roof ridge gone Front gardens used as carparks … Continue reading →
16 November · · Babak Fakhamzadeh
03 November · · Andrew Stuck
Meet Irena Pivka and Brane Zorman, cofounders of Cona, who will discuss their work of sound walks as the realisation of contemporary art practice. We will meet on November 24.
The exhibition ‘Weaving Experience Into Memory’ opened on 16th November at L’Usine, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City following months of work and preparation. The event formed part of the annual Vietnam Festival of Creativity and Design, the annual sh...
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How are you supporting your resilience right now? It’s grey and gloomy right now and we are all busy. However, making time to prioritise our wellbeing is so important. Time spent building up our energy and resilience, is time that will protect us against the effects of stress, keep us healthy and ultimately help us … Five Simple Ways to Support WellbeingRead More »
The dawning sun awoke me, gleaming through the open window. My body felt warm, replete; luxuriating in the softness of the sheepskins I lay upon. The warmth of the body beside me beneath the exquisitely woven blankets that adorned my sleeping place both comforted and thrilled yet within I felt the deep dull knowing […]
Thursday November 26th, 09:40 – 09:52 295.7o to 308.6o Wind W 2 (gusting 3), T 6C (feels like 6C), 62% cloud cover White-barred wings flash as finches flick bounce pause fly along the alleyway A blackbird trilogy chacked claims each … Continue reading →
Transcript of a talk given by Megan Henebury about her walking project, A Figure Walks, on November 24th 2020. A Figure Walks: the Rea, and other rivers you can’t see, is an ongoing project applying my walking practice to a psychogeographical investigation of Birmingham's River Rea. The expected results are an essay, a short film, […]
Migrant domestic workers in Lebanon and the UK talk about their experience in Ella Parry-Davies' piece 'Home Makers', to be listened to in select locations in London and Lebanon, creating a mix of intimacy, while showing the limits of identification and solidarity.