Featured Image: Gal Dem Article: Caribbean Elders Classified As Having No Status…. In the court 2006: another rehearsal Weeping: why am I silent? Against the law to speak? Dressed to address, yet justice is locked up, coded, password protected. Pronouncements like hexes, spells, sophisticatedly packed with medieval mystery and they speak everyone: barristers, solicitors, […]Read More One Of Your Employees Was Deported: News As Art From Sneinton To Tanzania
‘Ah! Bisto’. Roast dinner season! It’s a legacy between generations: grandparents, parents passing on the joy of a cooked, shared dinner. Like presents and heirlooms, it’s the atmosphere we remember, especially at this time of year. Like many great inventions, Bisto gravy was created through necessity. A Mr Roberts and Mr Patterson, employees of the […]Read More Bisto: The Way Words And Images Connect Us 90 Years On
Featured Image: a 1928 Image of The City by US Planner Harvey Wiley Corbett Published in Popular Mechanics magazine We need a new deal that will unlock human and material assets so that new ideas, ways of learning, working, living and growing can regenerate our relationships, families, work, leisure and open spaces. We need to […]Read More We Need A New Deal: A Vision Beyond Prefab, Tarmac, Rentier, Warehouse Britain Of The Post 2nd WorldWar Reconstruction: New Ways Of Living, Working, Thinking And Being 2020 Onwards: Everyone Matters
Everyone’s interested in the supply chain just now and thinking, how can we improve our buying decisions, get great products, information, even, as with Circ4Life at NTU, to participate in Europe wide research projects that connects big data and technology with consumers using brand, radio frequency technology to develop a system where you […]Read More When You Enjoy Covent Garden Soup, Linda McCartney Mozarella Burgers, Sun Pat Peanut Butter I Bet You Didn’t Think Logobrand……
Reading Anna Burns novel, Milkman is like encountering all the hopes dreams and fears you have at seven, eight, nine and ten formulated by your big, eighteen year old sister under the perpetual shadow of pieties, punishment and violence. It’s gripping and liberating, creating a sense of care, of love, of strategy and affirmation. A […]Read More “Are You Saying It’s Okay For Him To Go Around With Semtex But Not Okay For Me To Read ‘Jane Eyre’ In Public?”Art And Public Opinion In Anna Burns Novel Milkman
Above: Claude (Hopper) Hendrickson in his role as a health, youth worker and housing self build activist, then as a very young man at the heart of his sound system and with Jeremy Corbyn at the labour conference 2019 Some people you meet have the same skills you see in the top chief execs, […]Read More We Need To Build The People Who Will Build The Houses Who Will Then Live In Those Houses: Claude Hendrickson And Understanding The Values In Culture
The end of the summer and throughout October are annual dates when we affirm, debate and challenge the world taken for granted around us and speak truth to power through political, social and historical discussion and debate. If you listen to what the parties aspire to then you’ll realise that we really need to connect […]Read More Signsofanopencity: An October That Brings Re-Presentation For Everyone….