A series of thoughts (possibly rants) and images about technology and innovation sprinkled with reflections on the despair of everyday life. Somehow all of this is mixed up with a Manchester back drop.
Jun 18, 2013
I found this slightly forlorn looking Viking in a suburban park. He looks quite angry about being written on by the local graffiti artist and without the means to do anything about it.
Nature wire - a green response to Natalie Jeremijenko’s Live Wire from 1995.
“Ransome finance” - I suppose this is an alternative means to raising money. Why do business names that choose to use family names so often appear inappropriate.
Red cedar sculptures by Carl Andre. The exhibit in MIMA also includes examples of his typewritten poetry and some bricks…
A misty panorama looking westwards over the Tees Valley towards Middlesbrough from Godfalter Hill. The image doesn’t do it justice but this is still an industrial landscape.
Jun 17, 2013
Something a little bit different. There is something of a nomative gender bias smashing combination going on here. Cross stitch meets model making… Or maybe just me.
Jun 16, 2013
Well the frame looks like it could be of some use.
Nature seems to be slowly expressing a dissatisfaction with the aesthetic qualities of chain fencing. The replacement is much more appealing.
Jun 15, 2013
“Roy has no socks” - go figure. Still it is in chocolate and that’s got to be a good thing.
Finally, an accurately titled quiz show on television. And they really are.
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