Month: November 2012

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home i’ve just come home from 2 weeks travelling in Bavaria with a very nasty cold which really makes great things like the sauna or a mountain walks much less enjoyable. somehow sitting at home in my friends’ kitchen in front of the wood burning stove with our various knitting projects felt much more exciting. the below picture is from the very old and beautiful Bavarian house they live in – and which has a […]

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dark room i just spent the last week at a very rich, hands-on, super creative photography workshop with Oliver Spalt in deepest Bavaria. the first few days felt really dark: wet weather with heavy skies and obscure forests that have an unsettling history chapter involving Nazi youth camps; a nasty cold with a sinus infection and some dark forests inside my head that made listening and focusing very hard work; analogue photography sessions with long […]

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st. pancras’ king i travelled to germany on thursday – a long journey by train through the south east of england, the whole of belgium and right across germany down to deepest bavaria. long, very long, eventful, transformaive: from hectic london to a tranquil alpine village, from an overwhelmingly busy few weeks to 2 weeks of creativity and nature. the transition started right at st. pancras station where a very, very wise person had decided […]

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freedom this staircase is part of Freedom¬†the anarchist bookshop in whitechapel. i went to see jane’s exhibition there and really enjoyed her reflections of the changes in the lea valley over the past 4 years as part of the pre-olympic regeneration. i also really enjoyed this staircase which looked & sounded massively loved and slightly neglected. i particularly enjoyed the fire extinguisher next to it that looked not very loved and not at all neglected.¬†it […]