Monthly Archives: November 2012

Monuments and Mutability

WTC #5 Took us to the 4th floor coffee shop in John Lewis, Oxford Street (madness, you might say, at prime time elevensies, and you would not be wrong) where we looked down onto Cavendish Square and  Written in Soap: … Continue reading

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Writing the Rom

This autumn I was commissioned to design a word safari along the traces of the River Rom, which swills under ringroads, slipping under the marketplace and the shopping malls in culverts, but is visible either end, through gaps in fences, … Continue reading

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Not difficult to find inspiration for a twaiku or two, when there’s a conservatory, thermodynamic imaging, 3D printers, oh, and rANDOM Project’s extraordinary Rain Room… short and tweet (Tumblr blog created by the fab Emma Passmore from the Barbican’s Natural Circuits … Continue reading

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SIX MORE SESSIONS

Writing the City is back, Autumn-shaped. So far we’ve peered into glasss cabinets chock-full with  jam jars of moles and the like, in the curious and curiosity packed Grant Museum, prompted amongst other things by the idea that these specimens … Continue reading

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