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Thanks to Jon Muen for these photos of our Courtroom Abuse Case installation at y Gaer during COP 26. Visitors posted their responses to this question – here are some examples….. “The ruling class” “The 1% Government but also us … Continue reading
Economic Growth on a finite planet – Who’s inflating the balloon and who is benefiting from it getting every bigger?
So in order to ‘stay safe’ we need to protect ourselves from the air we breathe through nose and mouth, the air that we move through that might have Covid 19 moving through it too, looking for wet mucous perhaps … Continue reading
Forms of life get very small, I am unsure but I think that viruses are the smallest. Strands of ribonuclei acid , RNA,wrapped up in a coat to protect themselves when not happily reproducing in some other living organism. So … Continue reading
An abbreviated version of a quote from Morgan Friedland, C20th economist used to illustrate that now might be the moment to take up the idea of a universal basic income for all. A potentially less costly system than our current … Continue reading
During the Covid-19 lockdown, we 3 Larks & Ravens have created space 2 days a week to work together/apart in exploring and responding to Covid-19 life in all its pain, weirdness and disruptive possibilities. We are staying focussed on … Continue reading
For a while, as a cognitive psychologist, I’ve been working with my 2 artist colleagues to explore questions and trigger new thinking and conversations. They have introduced me to a different, arguably more visceral, language of drawing and making as … Continue reading
The Larks & ravens are exploring (remotely) ways to connect with the outside world from our different isolated locations. I walked along the canal path that runs through my village and left a floating message of hope and sunshine for … Continue reading
How do you unthink/rethink cultural structures which shape what we do and who has the power? The day started with 3 artists, a large floor and a very large sheet of black card.
So when down at Dartington Hall spending time ‘Hothousing’ what non-capitalism might look like, I was interested in working on the Tiltyard, a pristine area of grass visible from most of the surrounding paths. A place of exposure, any activity … Continue reading
Spring and Fall to a young child Márgarét, áre you gríeving Over Goldengrove unleaving? Leáves like the things of man, you With your fresh thoughts care for, can you? Ah! ás the heart grows older It will come to … Continue reading