Wandering the River Taff: Millennium Walk and the Doomed Graffiti Wall

26 April 2017 // Wandering the River Taff

Words by Helia Phoenix. Pictures also by Helia Phoenix, unless otherwise credited. Where can you find existential ponderings about mathematical logic, sharing wall space with messages about Mother’s Day, paedo ring cover ups in the BBC, and a sketch of Marge Simpson with a massive spliff in her mouth? In other cities, perhaps this sort […]

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Re-making Nature: a weekend of collecting at Wellcome

26 April 2017 // Events

Re-making Nature: a weekend of collecting at Wellcome 4 – 7 May 2017 – Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE, UK. Press release: Wellcome Collection is looking for objects, ideas and stories as part of a summer exhibition that will reveal the many and varied ways that we relate to the natural world […]

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Great Monk Woods to Baldwins Pond Pt 1

25 April 2017 // Field Recording //Music

Dear Caught by the River, This is the first track from the forthcoming Spaceship album; a prospect of loughton brook (release date 12th May 2017). The music on this album was composed using extensive field recordings from Loughton Brook, a small stream in Epping Forest. Following the stream’s course from its source near Wake Valley […]

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Journeyman: An Adventure in Print

24 April 2017 // Miscellany

Nick Hand, the Bristol-based letterpress artist, was introduced to us by the writer Richard King back in July 2009, just before he mounted his bike and cycled around the coast of the United Kingdom. We got to know Nick as he made his journey – documented with great style in a book titled Conversations On […]

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Remembering Roger Barnes

23 April 2017 // Remembrance

Words: John Andrews. Picture: Neil Thomson Today would have been Roger Barnes 69th birthday, I think of him often but always today as I am sure his family and many of his old friends do too. For them and in memory of Roger here is the piece I wrote after his untimely death three years […]

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