After this weekend, where my community – often a bit hard to bring together and engage – came out 350++ people in full force. Absolutely blown away. I was SO nervous, I barely slept the night before that I’d got all these people together, and barely anyone would turn up. But they did. And BUCKETContinue reading “Community and Spaces”
This date – the 24th May – in more normal times – seems to be the day of amazing things as Facebook memories reminds me today. 6 years ago I started my proper rehabilitation from the first wave of being super sick and not having any energy outside of going to work & doing theContinue reading “Holding space.”
I couldn’t resist this photo of a man blown off his feet by high winds on the British coast. [Image: Photo by Steve Poole/Rex Features, via the Guardian]. How could we take better spatial advantage of meteorological situations like this, I wonder, whether that means designing parachute-like clothing lines for weekend air-surfing or perhaps manufacturing perfectlyContinue reading
aintings by Lisa D Manner. Sweden.
yes something kinda new, just try upload a video onto youtube but uni internet is sloowwwwwww man maybe another day but hey here is a taster of smizzle
I found An interesting blog covering architecture and living space.
The accumulation of culture Culture – a build up of. In Dialogue. The Transmission-ability of culture. Plateau Platformo. The “cultural stealth” of our own existence has started to take its toll upon us. In a culture where the idea of transmission-ability/ progress is given up in the name of Post Modernity, the disillusionContinue reading “FIRST STUDENT-LED BIENNIAL EVER, IN SHEFFIELD”