Monthly Archives: December 2013

Foreign Bodies/Common Ground

The final outing of the current series of WTC found us at the Wellcome Collection, making connections and finding common ground. “It’s important to be able to make a connection between ourselves and other life forms… to have a larger … Continue reading

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What a Tangled Web…

Week #5 A couple of years ago, I took a shop bought cake to a picnic. The cake was from Lidl. It was a perfectly nice carrot cake, which I pimped with some summer fruit – blueberries, raspberries… I honestly … Continue reading

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WTC#4: The London Vernacular

Paul Bommer exhibition at the Townhouse in Spitalfields INSPIRED by rhyming slang and bingo calls, and taking a word or two from the artworks in Townhouse, Write a list piece using your own particular vernacular. Take inspiration from the language … Continue reading

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